A campbell daglish and Henrietta Mann film

SAVAGE LAND

JUNE 25, 2021. Streaming available from 6:15 p.m. – 8:15 p.m. (EST)

“The Past is not dead; it’s not even passed”

D’Arc Productions SPIRIT ROADS LLC
In association with
Handful Films

SYNOPSIS

When Custer County Police kill 18 year old Cheyenne Arapaho Mah-hi-vist Red Bird Goodblanket in his family’s kitchen, descendants of the Sand Creek and Washita Massacres take us back 150 years to reveal how historical trauma and the horrors of the past are still present in America today.

SCREENINGS

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Campbell Dalglish

Co-Director/Co-Writer for Savage Land

Dr. Henrietta Mann

Co-Director/Co-Writer for Savage Land

Robert Vetter

Consulting Ethnographer for Savage Land

CREDITS

DIRECTED BY

henrietta manN & campbell dalglish

WRITTEN BY

henrietta manN, campbell dalglish & ÀLEX LORA

EDITORS

ÀLEX LORA, KLENIMBER TORRES, FEDERICO GUARASCIO

CINEMATOGRAPHY

Niav Conty, Campbell Dalglish, Uladzimir Taukachou  

ORIGINAL SCORE

Sage Brantley

Production Team

awards & Festivals

Festival Appearances

– The Americas Film Festival of New York, June 25th, 2021
– Lake Placid Film Festival, October 23, 2021 Best Feature Documentary
– The Fusion Film Festivals of London, Best Story, Best of the Fest, December 11, 2021
– Berlin Independent Film Festival, February 9, 2022
– Toronto Independent Film Festival of Cift February 15, 2022 (Semi-Finalist for Best Documentary)

media

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Press

Review
Oklahoma City Free Press

‘Savage Land’ explores historical trauma, cycle of anti-Native violence

By Brett Fieldcamp - January 25, 2022
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News
The City College of New York

CCNY filmmaker Campbell Dalglish’s “Savage Land” wins top awards at Euro film festival

Jay Mwamba - December 21, 2021
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Feature
Film Focus Magazine Feature

The Fusion Film Festivals of London

Film Focus Magazine - December 11, 2021
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distribution

This film is slated for programming with EPSTV/PBS for the next two years in the United States beginning November 1st in recognition of Native American Heritage Month.

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