Bring Her Home

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Showings

The Main 2 Sat, May 7 1:30 PM
Ticket Prices
General Public:$15.00 (+$2 online fee)
Members:$10.00 (no online fee)
Student:$8.00 (box office only)
Film Info
Programs:MN Made Selects
Documentary
Minnesota Made
Women & Film
Tags:Documentary
Indigenous Voices
Women Directors
Women's Rights
History
Minnesota Made
Social Justice
Human Rights
Crime
Release Year:2022
Runtime:57 min
Country/Region:USA
Language:English
Print Source:Twin Cities PBS
Trailer:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VNnkwsrbXf0
Cast/Crew
Director:Leya Hale
Executive Producer:Shirley K. Sneve
Francene Blythe-Lewis
Daniel Pierce Bergin
Producer:Leya Hale
Sergio Mata'u Rapu
Cinematographer:Michael Phillips
Editor:Sergio Mata'u Rapu

Description

Director Leya Hale Attending.

Three Indigenous women–an artist, an activist, and a politician–fight to vindicate and honor their missing and murdered relatives who have fallen victims to human trafficking, a growing epidemic across Indian country.

Bring Her Home is a stunning documentary from Leya Hale, a member of the Sisseton Wahpeton Dakota and Diné Nations. As she follows these three women on their quest for justice, she also examines the women as individuals and members of their community, as they strive to heal from the lasting effects of historical trauma, and navigate the racist systems that helped perpetuate these crimes.


Director Biography

Leya Hale A member of the Sisseton Wahpeton Dakota and Diné Nations, Leya Hale lives in St. Paul, Minnesota. She directed the documentary, The People’s Protectors (2018), as well as the short film “Everybody Belongs... Out of the Basement” (2010) and the television documentary Reclaiming Sacred Tobacco (2016).