Bird Runningwater and Ariel Tweto discuss a Hawaiian film surrounding the legend of the MU - Hawaii's first inhabitants.
Ariel Tweto and Bird Runningwater discuss Maori director Tammy Davis's film "Ebony Society" in which two boys learn a lesson while out stealing.
Bird Runningwater and Ariel Tweto discuss two short films. "Gesture Down" - A Kumeyaay Indian man seeks to reconnect with his culture. "Tungijuq" - Animal spirits live on through sustained life cycles.
A Cree hip hop artist is disconnected from his native traditions. Short film discussion by Bird Runningwater and Ariel Tweto.
Bird Runningwater and Ariel Tweto view and discuss the inter-dimensional fantasy short film "The Cave" and the stop-motion animated short film "Choke".
Host Bird Runningwater and Ariel Tweto discuss the historical relevance of the boarding school experience within the short film Shimasani.
Ariel Tweto and Bird Runningwater discus the beautifully shot short film "The Rocket Boy" in which a young native boy misses his father.
An altercation claims more than one life as a man must make a decision that will affect a close friend and his family. Host discussion by Bird Runningwater and Ariel Tweto.
Hosts Ariel Tweto and Bird Runningwater discuss a short film in which, a pair of young men reconnect with their culture through interactions with an elder in a hospital waiting room.
On the one year anniversary of her brother's death, a young Native American girl receives an unexpected visit form an oblivious and troubled elder. Bird Running water and Ariel Tweto offer insight and a discussion.
Yearning to be a mother, a Native American woman living in an urban city is torn between having a child with her non-native boyfriend and seeking a Native father. Showcase and discussion with Bird Runningwater and Ariel Tweto.
Bird and Ariel showcase and discuss the experimental film Red Buffalo Skydive & the 2005 Oscar nominated film Two Cars One Night.