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Main Title The exiles /
Other Authors
Author Title of a Work
Alexie, Sherman,
Burnett, Charles,
Mackenzie, Kent.
Williams, Yvonne.
Nish, Homer.
Reynolds, Tommy.
Publisher Milestone Film & Video ; Exclusively distributed by Oscilloscope Laboratories,
Year Published 2009
OCLC Number 641529143
ISBN 9781933920085; 1933920084
Subjects Indians of North America--Drama. ; Indians of North America--Migrations--Drama. ; Indians of North America--California--Los Angeles--Social conditions--Drama. ; Indians of North America--Urban residence. ; Urban renewal--California--Los Angeles. ; Gentrification--California--Los Angeles. ; Rodeo performers--United States. ; Hispanic Americans--Employment--California. ; Fiction films. ; Documentary films. ; Feature films. ; Nonfiction films. ; Educational films. ; Indians of North America--Social conditions.
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EJAM AIAN E98.S67E95 2009 AIAN Region 3 Library/Philadelphia, PA 09/13/2013
Edition 2-disc premiere ed.
Collation 2 videodiscs (DVD) (72 min.) : sound, black and white ; 4 3/4 in.
Notes
Originally released by Kent Mackenzie in 1961 as a 16 mm. motion picture. "Restored by the UCLA Film & Television Archives in cooperation with University of Southern California Moving Image Archive, National Film Preservation Foundation, the Mackenzie family and Milestone. Film restorationist: Ross Lipman."--DVD credits. Special features [disc 1]: 2008 theatrical trailer (3 min.); "Bunker Hill 1956" documentary featurette (18 min.); "Los Angeles plays itself" documentary featurette (3 min.); "Watching the Exiles" optional audio commentary with Sherman Alexie and Sean Axmaker; opening night at UCLA audio-only feature (52 min.). Special features [disc 2]: "A skill for Molina" featurette (15 min.); "Story of a rodeo cowboy" featurette (26 min.); "Ivan and his father" featurette (14 min.); "Robert Kirste's last day of angels flight" (3 min.); "Bunker Hill: a tale of urban removal" documentary featurette (23 min.); "White Fawn's devotion" first-known Indian film production (13 min.); Sherman Alexie and Sean Axmaker audio-only interview (38 min.); WNYC Leonard Lopate show with Sherman Alexie and Charles Burnett (19 min.); "Exiles" stills gallery; "Bunker Hill 1956" treatment and script PDF; "Exiles U.S.A. 1961" script PDF; "Exiles" original publicity materials and press kit PDF; "Exiles" funding proposal PDF; "Exiles" thesis PDF; "Exiles" 2009 press kit PDF; "Jug man band" script PDF; Kent Mackenzie resume PDF; "Thunderbird" and "Exiles" preliminary script PDF.
Contents Notes
Disc 1. Feature (72 min.) -- Disc 2. Special features and DVD-ROM PDF files. "[C]hronicles one night in the lives of young Native American men and women living in the Bunker Hill district of Los Angeles. Based entirely on interviews with the participants and their friends, the film follows a group of exiles -- transplants from Southwest reservations -- as they flirt, drink, party, fight, and dance"--Container.