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Title Video letters from prison / produced and directed by Milt Lee
Published Lincoln, NE : Vision Maker Media, 2010


Description 1 online resource (57 min.)
Summary Video Letters from Prison follows three teenage Lakota girls from the Pine Ridge Reservation as they form a tentative relationship with their incarcerated father through the exchange of video letters. The video correspondence between the three sisters and their father illustrates the challenges of establishing trust after a history of broken promises. As the girls journey into adulthood and think about their future, they struggle with what place their long-absent father should have in their lives. Video Letters from Prison was an audience favorite at the Vision Maker Film Festival in Lincoln, NE in fall of 2009, says Vision Maker Media Executive Director Shirley Sneve (Sicangu Lakota). "We think this film has tremendous possibilities for helping people everywhere who struggle with their relationship with an incarcerated relative
Notes Title from resource description page (viewed March 07, 2017)
In English
Subject Prisoners -- Family relationships -- South Dakota
Fathers and daughters -- South Dakota -- Pine Ridge Indian Reservation
Children of prisoners -- South Dakota -- Pine Ridge Indian Reservation
Lakota Indians -- Family relationships -- South Dakota
Children of prisoners.
Fathers and daughters.
Prisoners -- Family relationships.
South Dakota.
South Dakota -- Pine Ridge Indian Reservation.
Form Streaming video
Author Lee, Milt, producer, director
Native American Public Telecommunications, Inc., production company.
Hollow Bone Films, production company