Silver Bullet Productions

Educational Filmmaking Program for New Mexico Communities

Silver Bullet Productions

Educational Filmmaking Program for New Mexico Communities

Silver Bullet Productions believes that relevant learning increases educational success for a community. “Relevancy” is when the teaching, skills, and materials are connected to a student’s culture and history, and will be useful learning tools immediately and in the future.

We create relevant educational experiences in two ways:

We produce student workshops in writing and filmmaking, and we donate new camera equipment to the school. Students are able to continue practicing their story telling and preserving their cultural heritage through film.

We create award-winning documentaries that expose esoteric topics, shatter stereotypes and expand cultural preservation.

Defending the Fire Premiere Screening, March 29

Journey through time with Native Warriors who have fought to protect their lands and way of life. Surviving broken treaties and prohibition of culture, the Warrior spirit lives in the Indian men and women who fight to defend their country, their people, and the environment.

Jean Cocteau Cinema ~ Santa Fe
Wednesday, March 29th at 6:00 pm

Advance Tickets: $15

Teaching the Teachers!

Thank you, Ohkay Owingeh Pueblo, for allowing Silver Bullet Productions and David Aubrey to engage your elementary school teachers in film making! So many wonderful projects await your students thanks to your new skills. SBP left all new camera packages and Macs with editing software behind, in your safe keeping. We will return to Ohkay Owingeh Community School throughout the month of February.

Two SBP Screenings at Roanoke College in March

CEO Pam Pierce is honored to be the guest of Roanoke College in Salem, Virginia in March. Pam will speak, teach, and screen “Canes of Power” and “A Thousand Voices”. If you are in the Roanoke area and would like to attend a reception or screening, please contact Pam at 505-820-0552 or

Tribal Advisors Reviewed the Rough Cut of Defending the Fire

Tribal advisors are essential to every Silver Bullet Productions’ documentary. Members of the Fort Sill Apache, Navajo/Santo Domingo, Navajo, Comanche, Santa Clara, Mescalera Apache, Cochiti tribes met with the SBP Production team to review the rough cut of Defending the Fire. Their tasks: accuracy and respect, and unified goal of quality story telling.

An Intimate Evening of Movie Music, April 19, 2017

Silver Bullet Productions invites you to a Private Benefit Concert at Vanessie Santa Fe featuring Doug Montgomery (piano), Elizabeth Young (violin) and Maura Dhu Studi (vocals).

Funds raised will provide distribution of documentaries to underserved communities, schools, and tribes.

Limited reserved seating $75 per person

Reception 5:15 – 5:45 pm
Entertainment begins 6:00 pm

Phillip and Jhane Myers

Phillip Myers, a young Warrior, student, and his mother, Jhane Myers, Comanche/Blackfeet, contemporary artist, film Producer, and Board of Directors member for Silver Bullet Productions. Each invested in living their culture, securing their traditions.

See Silver Bullet Productions in action in this video made by San Manuel Band of Mission Indians when they recognized SBP with the Yawa’ Award in Special Projects for encouraging educational achievement through a hands-on approach to filmmaking projects.

The entire process from Silver Bullet from start to finish was truly a joy. The professionalism, the courtesy, the minor and major details made me appreciate the documentary that much more. It has brought people together that normally would not have fellowship with one another.

This positive experience was life inspiring for several of my students. Not only were they given the opportunity to reflect on what our town really is, they were encouraged to think about their role in the community.

Thank you for your interest in cultural education. By supporting Silver Bullet Productions,
you become part of the solution for educational challenges.