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Sequoyah High School Students Film Project

The American Indian Resource Center in Tahlequah worked with a group of Native American students at Sequoyah High School on a very special student project this year. With the help of Hollywood filmmaker Bob Hicks, the students produced their own short films.

Earlier this week, the students held a screening of their works at NSU in Tahlequah. The American Indian Resource Center put together an edited video clip of all seven films.

Click here to watch the video.

The films are titled
  1. 12 Angry Men

  2. The Outcast

  3. The Snagging Game

  4. The Telephone Call

  5. The Rendezvous

  6. Attack of the Creepy Monster Thing

  7. The Deer Lady

The complete version of the short films will be available later this summer at
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