Fanny Bräuning

NO MORE SMOKE SIGNALS

A lonely radio station on a small hill in South Dakota, founded by activists of the Native American resistance movement in the 1970s: KILI RADIO, “Voice of the Lakota Nation”. A forgotten place between struggle and hope, between the Native American myth and everyday life in the most indigent reservation of the US. KILI RADIO brings everything together. Instead of smoke signals KILI send signals through the vastness of the landscape in a wonderful mix of humor and melancholy.
 

USA/CH 2009
Regie: Fanny Bräuning
90 min, 35mm, Farbe, OF mit dt. UT
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