End of the Line: The Women of Standing Rock

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Film Info
Premiere Status:Minnesota Premiere
Programs:New American Visions
Documentary
Women & Film
Spotlight: Common Ground
Documentary Competition
Tags:Documentary
Indigenous Voices
Environmental
Politics
Activism
Women Directors
Women's Rights
Social Justice
Human Rights
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Release Year:2020
Runtime:87 min
Country/Region:USA
Finland
Language:English
Print Source:The Film Collaborative
Trailer:https://vimeo.com/419950760
Cast/Crew
Director:Shannon Kring
Executive Producer:Makrus Selin
Jukka Helle
Shannon Kring
Tzo'-Nah
Pearl Daniel-Means
Sophia Ehrnrooth
Marc Gerke
Amanda Romania
Nick Polizzi
Ashley Gates Jansen
Misti Dian
Dez Stephens
Tracy Scott Ganske
Producer:Shannon Kring
Cinematographer:Marc Gerke
Editor:Lesley Kubistal
Joona Louhivuori
Composer:Ville Tanttu
Neil Kring
Filmography:2012: The Beginning (2012)

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How to Watch

End of the Line: The Women of Standing Rock is preceded by the short film No More Blues (On This Land Where We Belong), directed by Keri Pickett.


In 2016, members of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe established a camp called Sacred Stone with the intent of stopping the Dakota Access oil pipeline, which desecrated ancient burial and prayer sites. Director Shannon Kring filmed the epic story of the Indigenous women who led this peaceful rebellion.

When Dakota Access bulldozed the peaceful protestors, and police attacked with dogs and pepper spray, over 10,000 protesters were on site, including Kring, who followed these events with her camera for four years. The film features interviews with many Indigenous leaders such as Sky Roosevelt-Morris, an activist in her 20s, and Phyllis Young, a member of Standing Rock who has been an activist for four decades. Featuring shocking, never-before-seen footage of the brutality the activists faced, as well as poignant stories of their resistance, End of Line is a must-see documentary. “End of the Line… is an absolutely beautiful film.” --Sarah Boslaugh, The Arts St. Louis


Director Biography

Shannon Kring Emmy-award winning producer and director Shannon Kring divides her time between Los Angeles and Washington, D.C. She has directed the documentary features 2012: The Beginning (2012), End of the Line: The Women of Standing Rock (2020), and the forthcoming Sacred Foods (2021).


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