Buffalo Nation is their story and is told by the Lakota People themselves.
“Buffalo Nation: The Children Are Crying” focuses on the devastation in which the Sioux Nation children are forced to live while also exploring the history, spirituality and values of the indigenous Sioux tribe.” – Long Island Exchange
Despite the film’s 2014 production year, it continues to garner critical acclaim and awards
Winner for Best Feature Film at the Direct Short and Documentary Film Festival in August 2018, the curators of which wrote “Depicts the tragic way of life for the rural, isolated Lakota people living on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota. This documentary focuses on the devastation in which the children of the Lakota Sioux Nation are forced to live. The children are filled with despair, and as a result, they are committing suicide at an alarming rate. They are crying for help!”
Winner: Best Documentary: Long Island International Film Expo
Official Selection / National Association of Social Workers Film Festival NASW/DC 2016
Official Selection / The Indie Gathering Film Festival
Official Selection / Commfest 2015
Honorable Mention: Richmond International Film Festival
Accolade/ Award of Merit
The Indie fest / Award of Merit
Nominated Best Feature Documentary: American Indian Film Festival(AIFF)
Official Selection: Cinema on The Bayou Film festival
94 minutes on 1 disc / Color / 2014 / A film by Leslye Abbey
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