INTERNET MOVIE DATABASE
The Medicine Game
Released on PBS Fall 2013 and 2015 (& RedBox)
Music Sound and the Sacred
on Global Spirit - Link TV
Watch this incredible documentary with Reverned Alan Jones
and host Phil Cousineau
“There is something in usic that transcends and unites” -IIII The Dalai Lama.
Why does music elevate the human spirit?
How can it be a vehicle for spiritual fulfillment and enlightenment?
THE LAST WINTER
A thriller film on global warming where Joanne is featured as
“Dawn Russell” a Native nurse/Cook.
“Joanne is a natural actor, being a musician and performer. She was great to work with in a difficult role: It is essential to avoid clichés in the “Native-knows best” type roles, and Jo brought a naturalism to her performance that really resonated. And she was really focused when she had to go crazy at the end. All of us were a little freaked out, she really went for it.”
L. Fessenden, Director
Songs of The Spirit
National - PBS
R. Carlos Nakaii, Joanne Shenandoah & Bill Miller
Feather in the Wind
Beneath the blazing red-eyed steer skulls staring down from the 1927 “Pueblo Deco” walls of the historic KiMo Theatre, three renowned, multi-award winning Native-American musicians — flutist R. Carlos Nakai, singer-songwriter Joanne Shenandoah and singer-songwriter-painter Bill Miller — perform with the New Mexico Symphony Orchestra (NMSO) in Live from the KiMo: Songs of the Spirit.
“Jikonsahseh” - Mother Of Nations
Winner of 15 International Awards
Formerly “Our Land Our Life” - Theme Song “Riding Free”
Director: George Gage & Beth Gage
74 Minutes • USA • Documentary Feature - Prices available for Universities and non-profit organizations.
Sound track by Joanne Shenandoah
Distributed by GAGE BY GAGE FILMS
Carrie and Mary Dann, two elderly Shoshone sisters, are engaged in a thirty-year battle for rights to their own land. The U.S. government unlawfully seized a significant parcel of Shoshone territory in 1974, beginning a battle that went to the Supreme Court and beyond, and inciting humanitarian intervention from organizations including Amnesty International and the United Nations. Directors Beth and George Gage eloquently piece together the story of the long and tireless efforts that two incredible women put toward securing indigenous rights in the United States. This is a film that reveals shocking information about crimes that continue to be committed against Native Americans.
“DANCING ON MOTHER EARTH”
National PBS Special
DIRECTOR: JIM VIRGA
PRODUCER: TULA GOENKA
This behind-the-scenes look at renowened singer/songwriter Joanne Shenandoah weaves tour footage, interviews, and famly and sings to wolf pups!!!
ON THE ROAD TO CARNEGIA HALL
By Harmony Unlimited
Live Concert Footage From Clinton Square
Syracuse, NY, plus an exclusive up close and
personal interview with Joanne. 70 Min.