Moonstar productions in Association with St. Stephens Indian School Presents
Grand prize winner
the 2020 Kids Video Connection Children's Film Festival.
Best Inspirational Film Award at The Culture and Diversity Film Festival, Hollywood, California
Culture Heritage Film Award
San Diego International Kids' Film Festival
Moonstar Productions in association
with St. Stephens Indian School
William C' Hair, Wayne C' Hair, Eugene Ridgley, Jr. ,
Merle Haas, Michael Eugene Ridge Bear,
Rupert "Ducky" Goggles, Janice Goggles, Ruth Goggles,
Frank No Runner, James Stewart, Mike Redman, Ryan Tyler, Hista Soldier Wolf, Danielle Bass, Darryl Dodge
and the Students of St. Stephens,
Narrated by Sergio Maldonado, Music by Tim Janis,
Traditional Music by
Michael Eugene Ridge Bear and Mike Redman,
Audio Peter Whistler, Colorist Steve Liss,
Educational Consultant Dr. William Diehl,
Produced by Maureen Matson,
Director of Photography Joe Collins,
Executive Producer Dara Weller,
Directed by George Giglio
The Northern Arapaho of the Wind River Indian Reservation are storytellers.
In an effort to pass their culture to the next generation, the Elders tell the children four traditional stories, using clay animation, shadow puppets, paintings, drawings and performance, the children make the stories come to life.