Iichiilish daik: Going to the Horses - premiers this summer, 2014 at the Yellowstone Art Museum in Billings, Montana.

New York City filmmaker Robin Starbuck's film, Iichiilish Daik: Going to the Horses reveals the hope and resolve of contemporary American Indian life. The film follows Apsaalooke Native Charlie Real Bird through his challenges and achievements as a breeder and trainer of American Paint Racehorses and his life as an honored member of the Apsaalooke/Crow Tribe. The film includes an intimate look at the ceremonies and events held in honor of the special relationship the Crow people have with the horse and with horse culture. Iichiilish Daik: Going to the Horses is a fascinating glimpse inside the complex traditions and modern life of this plains Indian tribe.

Iichiilish daik: Going to the Horses running time, 70 minutes.

If you would like to screen this film near you please contact: robinstarbuckfilms@gmail.com

This is a Biishee Media Production. Biishee Studios produces video and animation independently and for clients. Contact us if you have documentary, PSA, or animation needs. robinstarbuckfilms@gmail.com

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