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We’ve partnered with Tugg.com, which is a web-platform that helps individuals, groups and organizations to set up personalized movie screenings in community venues and campuses across the country.
To show The Cherokee Word for Water in a community venue or on campus, you must purchase a screening license. The process is simple: Click the button at top right to get started. Select your media format (DVD or Blu-Ray). If you would prefer digital delivery of the film, select Blu-Ray and contact Art Coulson to request a digital copy for your screening. Then select the license type and audience size from the pull-down menus. Click "Add to Cart" and complete your purchase.
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Screenings of The Cherokee Word for Water make a great fund-raiser for community and campus organizations. To find out more about hosting a CW4W fund-raiser for your group, click the "Host A Screening at a Theater Near You" button at the top of this page.
Note from the filmmakers:
Even in the 21st Century, the most unbelievable myths and stereotypes about Indian people are perpetuated in the media as well as in popular culture. As Ben Nighthorse Campbell said, “Often media outlets are being unwitting conduits for professional media manipulators representing anti-Indian groups.” Indian people and their allies must fight these misperceptions on a number of fronts by using the mass media, tribal governments, writers, teachers, curators, artists and filmmakers to dispel them. This movie is one such effort.