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The Good Life: Film Facts

1997, Other
58 minutes, Color
Description: Mino-bimadiziwin: The Good Life is an engaging portrait of a community on the White Earth reservation in Minnesota where the peoples' lives revolve around the annual harvest of wild rice. Many wonderful and intimate moments show the hardships and rewards experienced by those who continue to live off the land.
Featuring: Darwin Stevens, Dorothy Stevens
Copyright:
Filmmaker(s): Deborah Wallwork
Produced by: Deborah Wallwork
Cinematography: Rick Hannestad
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Funding: Minnesota Humanities Commission, the Grotto Foundation, the Jerome Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, Native American Public Telecommunications and Prairie Public Television
Awards: National Educational Film and Video Festival Silver Apple Award

Distribution: RedEye Video
255 Kellogg Bouleveard E, Suite 503, Saint Paul, Minnesota 55101-1435
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Distributor Website: RedEye Video
Distributor Telephone: 651-227-2240

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