Defending the Fire was screened during the SFIFF in October.
Our gratitude to the participants, advisors, artists and musicians, who used their voices to tell the story of the Warrior, past and present.
There will always be Warriors.
The sold out premiere of Defending the Fire celebrated current an future Warriors, with many Warriors in attendance. Thank you to the many supporters of this project, including San Manuel Tribe of Mission Indians; The Fort Sill Apache; and Pueblo of Pojoaque.
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.
A Native American/Taiwanese singer songwriter, Raye shares her music with people throughout America. Her latest, “In the River: A Protest Song”, was dedicated to the Standing Rock Sioux. Listen. You can hear why we are touched by her music and honored to include her musical message in 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.