UPDATE: A RECAP Montana Festival of the Book 2013 — October 10-12, Missoula was a success. We celebrated the literature of the West with over 80 authors and viewed a couple of independent films, attended workshops, got our favorite books signed, listened to readings, and enjoyed a Cajun lunch. Our indie multi-genre writer, (and my friend) […]
Tag: "Winter in the Blood"
Native Art Heritage – Joseph Grady’s art and journey has brought him back to his own roots. He found them through meeting new and courageous people and becoming actively engaged in his specific Native American culture and heritage. This journey that Joseph is on enriches his talents and reflects through his work in indie films, […]
Indie film actor, Joseph Grady, describes to me his very first shoot of one of his scenes in “Winter in the Blood”. Joseph, the Pikunii ([Pe-Koo-Nee] meaning Blackfeet) man laughs, gestures with his hands, and becomes fully animated. He is painting me a picture before my eyes with his words. The trip to the […]
This week Montanans and people of the Hi-Line community are making more history. “Winter in the Blood” is standing, outside room only to get into viewings at the LA Film Festival. Montana Native, James Welch, wrote the original novel “Winter in the Blood” in 1974. Many people around Missoula knew James Welch. The directors […]