Y128 DVD Journey with Sacagawea from St. Louis to Fort Mandan in North Dakota, over the Rockies to the Pacific and back. See how she finds edible roots, negotiates for horses and saves the Corps of Discovery, time after time. Running time 80 minutes. Questar entertainment.
Y127 High school senior and football player, Greg Cima, is angry and bitter that his family is moving again, this time to a small town in southern Utah. The mysterious appearance of an old Native American Inian, Wa Tho Huck (Russell Means) soon causes things to change. Greg discovers that Huck is the ghost of Jim Thorpe, the legenday athlete who died decades ago. Greg and Huck work together to capture a whild white stallion to enable Huck to enter the spirit world. Running time 96 minutes. Questar Entertainment.
Y126 DVD based on the Newbery Honor Book by Elizabeth George Speare. A colonial family seeks a new life in the Maine wilderness in 1768. 13 year old Matt is left alone to protect the family’s claim and develops a deep friendship with a young Penobscot Indian. Running time 93 minutes. Questar Entertainment.
Y125 DVD Story of a 14 year old girl who finds an ancient coin on the beach and uncovers a local Native-American legend about a long lost mountain treasure. Winner of “Best Family Film” at the Newport Beach Film Festival. Running time 107 minutes. Questar Entertainment
Y124 DVD True story of 15 year old Simon Jackson (named one of Time Magazine’s “Heroes for the Planet”), who showed the world how one person can make a difference. After being rescued in the remote wilderness by a rare white Kermode bear (Spirit Bear), he learns the bears are an endangered species. Simon becomes a political activist and takes on the forest industry and the government. Through his work, 2,500 square miles of Princess Royal Island were protected to preserve the Spirit Bear’s natural habitat. Running time: 91 minutes. Questar Entertainment.
AD105 Native American Documentary inspired by a dream of Jim Miller, a Native spiritual leader and Vietnam veteran. The film documents the ride, tracing the 330 mile route from Lower Brule, South Dakota to Mankato, Minnesota, to the hanging site of the mass execution of the 38 Dakota on December 26th, 1862. The film was created in line with Native healing practices. Running time 78 minutes. Smooth Feather Productions.
AD104 DVD was winner of the American Indian Film Festival. Two parts: 1) Great Indian Leaders features four extraordinary figures: Crazy Horse, chief Joseph, Geronimo, and Quanah Parker. 2) Great Indian Nations tells six stories of: the Iroquois, the Seminoles, the Shawnee, the Navajo, the Cheyenne, and the Lakota Sioux. Total running time: 110 minutes. Produced by Media Process Group, Distributed by Questar.
AD101 DVD and Leader’s guide. Retrace the actual path of May and Joseph’s journey from Nazareth to Bethlehem. Filmed on location with Adam Hamilton, this DVD features five sessions: Mary of Nazareth, Joseph of Bethlehem, Mary’s visit to Elizabeth, From Nazareth to Bethlehem, The Manager plus bonus session: the Holy Land Today. Running time approximately 70 minutes. copyright 2011, Abingdon Press.
AD100 DVD and Leader’s guide include five sessions by Adam Hamilton on “The Words He Saved for Last”. Sessions include: Father, Forgive Them, Today You Will Be with Me in Paradise, Behold Your Son…Behold Your Mother, My God, My God, Why Have You Forsaken Me? I Thirst, and It Is Finished…Into Your Hands I Commit My Spirit. copyright 2011, Abingdon Press
AD99 DVD Kit includes DVD, Leader’s guide and Participant’s book. Six sessions by David J. Lose feature: A Man Hanging on a Tree, Portraits and Perspectives, Ransom and Victory, Substitution, Satisfaction, and Sacrifice, Example and Encouragement, and Event and Experience. Total running time approximately 104 minutes. copyright 2011, Augsburg Fortress
AD98 DVD Kit includes a DVD, Leader’s guide and Participant’s book. Eight session study by David J. Lose includes: God-Talk, Original Blessing, Missing the Mark, East of Eden, God con Carne, Life Wins, the Body of Christ, and The end of All Things. Total running time approximately 79 minutes. copyright 2010, Augburg Fortress.