graduated from Moholy-Nagy University, Budapest and the Universität der Künste, Berlin. Áron is a director and scriptwriter, has won numerous awards including the Cristal Award of Annecy International Animated Film Festival with his feature length animated film The District!. He also directs documentaries and is an Associate Professor at Metropolitan University.
AMERICAN INDIAN CONSULTANT
PhD, University of Colorado, 4/4 enrolled member of the Navaho Tribe in the Southwest United States - Script and Movie Consultant
Charles Cambridge is Bitahnii (mother's clan), born for Taneezahnii (father's clan), maternal grandfather is Todischiinii, and paternal grandfather's clan is Totsohnii. Dr. Cambridge has conducted researches in American Indian populations, and its impact upon the cultural traditions of American Indian Tribes. For more than twenty years, he has led teams of American and International volunteers to help traditional native people with physical and traditional chores in the western United States including Hawaii, Canada and Belize.
He is an expert in Anthropology, Archaeology, American Indian Culture, American Indian Religion, and History. Dr. Cambridge is a professional practicing archaeologist and has served as an adjunct faculty in several institutions of higher learning.
Since his Netflix consultancy with Netflix’s TV series “Chambers” he has recently assisted several writers, producers with scripts and storylines.
has over 25 years of experience in the film and television industry and has contributed to numerous international co-productions, earned over 100 awards and nominations worldwide. She has been Secretary General of the Hungarian Producer's Association, headed the Animation Department at the Institute of Theatre and Film. She is the President of the Hungarian Animation Producers' Association and represents Hungary as the Ambassador at the European Animation Awards.
DIRECTOR OF ANIMATION
specializes in 2D traditional animation and has worked as ink&painter, inbetweener, clean up artist and animator. He has been a Lead Animator in several award-winning feature films, series and commercials. He is an external lecturer at Moholy-Nagy University of Arts.
is a multi-award-winning animation studio that has been using big company know-how with a personal touch for more than 25 years. Cinemon has contributed in the production of more than 25,000 minutes of animated projects, including 9 feature films and hundreds of TV series' episodes in association with the biggest studios and broadcasters in Europe, Canada and the USA.
Old Man Creator
Lorne Cardinal is a Canadian stage, television and film actor, best known for portraying Davis Quinton on Corner Gas .Cardinal has had a variety of roles in theatre, film and television
Cardinal was born on a reserve of the Sucker Creek First Nation at Lesser Slave Lake. He attended local schools as a child. He obtained a B.F.A. degree in acting from the University of Alberta in 1993, and was also the first Indigenous student to do so.
Diontae Black is a young and upcoming talent. He is a graduate from Auburn University (2019) with a B.A. in Music and a B.F.A. in Musical Theatre Performance. In addition to performing in Musicals, Opera and Choral Concerts, Diontae also has a passion for exploring the ever growing world of Voice Over. After graduating, he has the pleasure of being able to work as a Narrator with Audible, Penguin House, Findaway Voices and Tantor Audio and a few video games.
"It was also wonderful to get a chance to embrace a little of my Native American mixture. I hope that you all enjoy this movie, i hope we get more stories like this and i hope i have the chance to work with Cinemon again!"
Stephanie Novak is a mixed Native American voice artist, located and trained in Los Angeles, recently relocated to Dallas. Her voice has been decribed as animated, authentic, empowering, warm and friendly, conversational, genuine, humourous, sarcastic, informative, authoritative and much more. She is a mother, a singer, a native (Shoshone), an all around multi-faceted performer.
Danny Kramer is a multi-racial New York voice actor. He is best known for playing Raihan on Pokémon, The Shepherd on Yu-Gi-Oh VRAINS, and Galactus in Marvel Snap. He is of Lenape and Atakapas heritage. Along with acting, he works in film and television production alongside his family.
Priscilla Landham is an American actress and writer. Having resided in Los Angeles for the past six years, she has studied with notables including Jean-Louis Rodrigue, Kristof Konrad and Sharon Chatten.
Priscilla acknowledges she was graced growing up with a culturally diverse background; from her Native American heritage, Muscogee and Cherokee to her Dutch ancestry.
Priscilla is the daughter of the late Native actor, Sonny Landham.
Lorne Cardinal - Creator/Grandpa
Diontae Black - Coyote
Danny Kramer - man (16–50 years old)/Sanders
Stephanie Novak - woman (16–50 years old)
Priscilla Landham - Mataoka
David Mattle - BOy (2–9 years old)
Lily Rose Silver - GIRL (2–9 years old)
Bill Farmer - Duck/Racoon
Cle Bennett - Buffalo/Commander/Wolf
Bob Klein - Eagle/Chancellor/CEO
John Bentley - Lightning/Mountain lion/Grandson
Fred Tatasciore - Bear/Captain/Lawyer/Antelope/Opossum
Karin Anglin - Gloria
was a Native American singer, composer, and multi-instrumentalist based in the United States. She was a citizen of the Oneida Indian Nation, Wolf clan, based in New York. Her music combined traditional melodies with a blend of modern instrumentation, and her lyrics conveyed her interests in nature, women's lives and Iroquois culture. Shenandoah recorded more than 15 albums and won numerous awards, including an Honorary Doctorate of Music by Syracuse University in 2002. She received a Grammy Award for her part in the album Sacred Ground: A Tribute to Mother Earth (2005), which had tracks by numerous artists.
is an American folk singer-songwriter. She was raised in Northern California in the Sierra Foothills. She's been writing and sharing songs, in the nature of the healing arts, for over 15 years. Her riveting poetry mixed with her ethereal music has often been described as medicinal and visionary.
In 2006 she debuted her first self-released album A Bundled Bundle of Bundles. A year later, in 2007, she released her first studio album Faces in the Rocks which featured her delicate acoustic guitar music alongside the Native American flute by Gentle Thunder, and mandolin played by her father Gary Sobonya. The album had a Native American theme to it, filled with references to nature and the Native American people. Since the debut of her first album, she has drawn comparisons from Joanna Newsom to Joni Mitchell, and she has toured through North America and Europe
THE SESSIONS VOICES
Founded in 2006, The Sessions Voices are one of the most renowned vocal ensembles of Italy. They take their name after Bruce Springsteen’s album The Seeger Sessions, since their first concert took place at a lecture on American Folk Music when Springsteen was touring Italy in 2006. In 2011 they published their first CD, Songs of Freedom, a collection of protest songs with a strong connection to the Civil Rights Movement.
Song - Mahk Jchi - which can also be heard in the film, co-written by ZogaroS & Matteo Duranti is a tribute to the people who first inhabited the territories we now call America and to the spiritual world and connection they had with nature and the Ancestors.
MUSIC PERFORMERS IN THE FILM
is a cappella group of women who self-identify as Native American. Founded in 1987, its current members include original members Pura Fé (self-identified Tuscarora/Taíno), Soni Moreno (self-identified Mayan, Apache, Yaqui) and Jennifer Kreisberg (self-identified Tuscarora). Ulali's sound appropriates an array of Indigenous music including Southeast United States choral singing (pre-blues and gospel) and pre-Columbian music. Ulali's live performances address themes of Native struggles and accomplishments.
The group has been on several compilations that have been nominated for Juno Awards. Ulali participated in the Aboriginal Women's Voices Project and helped to develop songs for the Project, recording "Hearts of the Nations''. They were also featured on the Smithsonian Folkways compilation recording "Heartbeat," and can be heard on dozens of albums, documentaries and movies. In addition, Ulali contributed the music for a recording with Lakota/Kiowa Apache Story Teller Dovie Thomason's "Lessons from the Animal People," which won the American Library Association's 1997 Editor's Choice Award and "Notable Recording Award''. They were awarded the Eagle Spirit Award while attending the 25th Annual American Indian Film Festival in San Francisco in 2000. They were one of several winners of the Native American Women's Recognition Award (NAWRE), presented by the Friends of Ganondagan in Rochester, New York. Their video "Follow Your Heart's Desire" won "Best Music Video'' at The American Indian Film Institute Awards.
also known as the Northern Cree Singers, is a powwow and Round Dance drum and singing group, based in Maskwacis, Alberta, Canada. Formed by Randy Wood, with brothers Charlie and Earl Wood of the Saddle Lake Cree Nation (Plains Indian music), all members originate from the Treaty 6 area and are members of the Cree Nation, unless otherwise noted.
Regarded as one of the best acts in modern Native American powwow music,they have been named one of the most respected pow-wow groups in North America and the world. The group, or their music, has been described as remarkably unified and powerful, attention-grabbing, and energetic.
They have been nominated for six Grammy Awards and nominated for two Juno Awards. In 2017, the Singers, along with founder Randy Wood and Tanya Tagaq, won a Juno Award for Classical Album of the Year – Large Ensemble for the album Going Home Star.
ÁDÁM KISS - ÁGNES HORVÁTH - ÁGNES KARIKÓ - ÁRON GAUDER - ALBERTO TARANTINO - ALEXANDRA NÉMETH - ALPÁR MIKLÓS LUNGU - ANDRÁS PAULOVICS - ANDREA BOGDÁN - ANDREW FRANKEL - ANETT ALBRECHT - ANETT SZABÓ HORVÁTH - ANITA HORVÁTH - ANTONIO CAMPIGLIO -
AISHWARYA GOVEKAR - ATTILA BÁRDOS - ATTILA GAZDAG - BEA KIS-KÉRY - BETTI SÁRKÖZI - BOGLÁRKA BÁTHORY - CHARLES CAMBRIDGE - CHRIS EYRE - CHRIS SILVESTRI - CONNOLLY AMÉLIA - DAN CHUBA - DARKO BELEVSKI - DIÁNA KÖKÉNY - DONALD ROMAN LOPEZ - DÓRA CSÓKA - DOROTTYA JENEI - EDIT HERNÁDI - ELIZA KRECS - EMESE ILONA KAPITÁNY - ENÉH BALÁZS - ERIKA BURIÁN - ERIKA KÚTI-KORDÁS - ERIKA RIHA - ERVIN B. NAGY - ESZTER BLANKÓ - ESZTER KATA MÉSZÁROS - ÉVA KOVÁCS - ÉVA MÓZES - ÉVA STRÖCKER - FLAVIUS TACHE - GÁBOR GIRET - GÁBOR GURKA - GÁBOR KORPONAI - GÁBOR MATYI - GÁBOR PICHLER - GABRIELLA MURESÁN - GABRIELLA SZABÓ - GABRIELLA VERES - GEORGINA CZANIK - GRACIELA HERNANDEZ - HANNA CARLSON -
HERMANN PASITKA - ILDIKÓ HORVÁTH - ISTVÁN ROTH - ISTVÁN SZABÓ - IZABELLA RÓZSA PAPP - JÁNOS KLÁB - JÁNOS “CSIGA” SZABÓ - JESSICA MINERVINI - JOHANNA ALBERT - JOE ROMERSA - JOHN HENDERSON - JOYCE BOLL - JUDIT KOMÓCSIN - JÚLIA GACS - JÚLIA LANTOS - KÁROLY HORVÁTH - KATARYNA BEY - KATINKA KASZAP - KELSEY MILLER - KINGA DOROTTYA GRESZ - KRISZTIÁN ANTOK-MATUS - KRISZTINA BAKOS - LÁSZLÓ HAJBA - LAWRENCE AZARA - LIZBETH MARTINEZ - LÍVIA LENHARDT - LUCA SOÓS - MAGDA KOVÁCS - MANÓ MEGYERI - MARGIT FEJES - MARTIN ERIK KOVÁCS - MARITZA RUBINICH - MARTIN LAURINYECZ - MÁTÉ CSILLAG - J MELINDA MIKLÓS - MIHÁLY KOSARAS - MIKUL MÁCSAI - MÓNIKA ENIKŐ DRÓTOSNÉ TÓTH - ORSOLYA EGYED - ORSOLYA TIRCZKA - PÉTER DÖRNYEI - PÉTER TENKEI - PETRA TÓTH - RÉKA TEMPLE - RÉKA TÓTH - RENE VEILLEUX - TIBOR DETRE -TIBOR HUSZÁK - TÍMEA BENKŐ - TÍMEA HERENCSÉNYI - SERY LOPEZ - VIKTOR NAGY - VIKTÓRIA FÜLE -VIKTORIIA BAZULKOVÁ - VIRÁG KISS - WENDEE LEE - ZSÓFIA OSZTÓS - ZSÓFIA SEPSI -
ZSOLT BAUMGARTNER - ZSOLT BUKTA - ZSOLT MARTON - ZSOLT PÁLFI - ZSUZSA TÓTH - ZSUZSANNA ÁCS -
ZSUZSANNA FÁBIÁN - ZSUZSANNA KÓRÓDI - ZSUZSANNA NYÚL - ZSUZSANNA WIESER