NativeVue 2008 by Carole Levine

NativeVue 2008 by Carole Levine

The Fabulously Pappy Johns Band Plays the Blues

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Written by Carole Quattro Levine. Monday, 28 July 2008 13:57. As Ringo Starr once opined, “You got to pay your dues if you wanna sing the blues.” Hokay, so

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    Scene Magaine-April 2008: reView – Spirits for Sale – A documentary that exposes the European fascination with all things Native by Carole Quattro Levine.

  2. Scene4 Magazine: Native American Television | Carole Quattro Levine

    Scene4 Magazine-August 2008: reView – Native American Television – Is More Than An Idea – It Has To Be – by Carole Quattro Levine.

  3. Scene4 Magazine: Weaving Worlds | Carole Quattro Levine

    Scene Magaine-June 2008: reView – Weaving Worlds – Where Weaving Blankets Means Much More than Blanket Weaving by Carole Quattro Levine.

  4. Scene4 Magazine: Charlie Ballard | Carole Quattro Levine

    Scene Magaine-September 2007: Redefining Native American Comedy – Charlie Ballard by Carole Quattro Levine.

  5. Scene4 Magazine: Imprint | Carole Quattro Levine

    Scene Magaine-August 2007: Redefining Native women in Film –

  6. Scene4 Magazine | Johnny Tootall | Carole Quattro Levine | July 2006

    The saga is one that crosses all cultures; a son rejects his heritage and family only to return for redemption. Yet the particulars, the setting, the essence of Johnny

  7. Rod Pocowatchit – Sleepdancer | Carole Quattro Levine

    Months before I contacted Pawnee/Shawnee/Comanche filmmaker Rod Pocowatchit about whether he would consider writing an article concerning the making

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      Mar 14, 2007 – Hopefully, that means she takes greater care with the facts she reports in those interviews as well. Talking Dreams read Carole Quattro Levine’s

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      Aug 6, 2006 – Scene4 Magazine | A LIfe Less Empty from Filmmaker Ruben Martell with Carole Quattro Levine | August 2006.

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        Jun 8, 2007 – Carole Quattro Levine Theatre Arts of South Africa Interpreting the Past Romeo and Juliet v. The Oresteia David Bannister Music The Magical

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        Aug 6, 2006 – Miles David Moore NATIVE AMERICAN FILM “The Honest, Real Story of Filmmaker Rueben Martell” Carole Quattro Levine [See a trailer of his

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          This Bridge Called My Back: Writings by Radical Women Lia Beachy April 2008. Theatre The Artistry of. Graham Greene Carole Quattro Levine October 2007

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          Sacred Monsters Sylvie Guillem and Akram Khan In Berkeley Renate Stendhal July 2007. Theatre The Artistry of. Graham Greene Carole Quattro Levine

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          Sep 11, 2006 – “Traveling A Hank-less Journey” Carole Quattro Levine *MEDIA Selected reviews of performances at. Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2006. INSIGHT

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          Carole Quattro Levine Tevra Staiman Arthur Kanegis Mark Wellman Media Editor Erik Meiselman New Technology Editors Joseph Beachy Martin Selkirk

        7. Scene4 Magazine — reView: April 2008

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Johnny and Tonto Fistfight in Hollywood

November 17th, 2008 by Carole Levine

Native moms don’t want their sons to be Tonto.
A demeaning caricature of what mainstream America thinks of “Indians”—obedient, inarticulate and always subservient to the more clever white man. Tonto is Native America’s Aunt Jemima, Uncle Ben and Stepin Fetchit; a non-threatening, real life cartoon.
You would reasonably assume that Hollywood, that bastion of all things socially, politically and culturally […]

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His Name is Mato Nanji. His Band is Indigenous

October 1st, 2008 by Carole Levine

His name is Mato Nanji (“Standing Bear” in Nakota). His band is Indigenous.
Forget the image of flutes, drumming and screaming eagles soaring over a canyon. The songs of this singer-songwriter-guitarist will never be played inside a New Age bookshop. That’s because Nanji, a proud Nakota from the Yankton Sioux Reservation in South Dakota, isn’t […]

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Don’t Blame Taylor Lautner

August 18th, 2008 by Carole Levine

Don’t blame Taylor Lautner.
He’s the winsome 16-year-old from Holland (Michigan, that is) who won the role of Jacob Black in the upcoming film Twilight  based off Stephenie Meyer’s mega-selling book series.
It’s quite a role, let me tell you. Twilight’s  Edward, Bella and Jacob are well on their way to becoming the next Harry, Hermione […]

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“A Night to Celebrate: Short Films by Indigenous People of the Americas”

August 5th, 2008 by Carole Levine

2nd Annual International Short Series “A Night to Celebrate: Short Films by Indigenous People of the Americas”
Proposed by: Tessa Bell, WIF International Committee
This event is the first of its kind, and one that can bring great exposure to Indigenous film, reaching a broader audience. All information is included here, and in the attached documents. […]


Native American Television is More than a Nice Idea. It Has to Be

July 15th, 2008 by Carole Levine

You don’t have to look far to  see why it’s needed. Natives— Indians, aboriginals, indigenous Americans—are virtually invisible in film and media unless they’re fighting the 7th Cavalry. Even today; even in 2008 when the lead Native character in the upcoming film based on Stephenie Meyer’s book series is cast with a white actor.
Even today.
Which is […]


The Pappy Johns Band: Fabulously Badass Blues

June 21st, 2008 by Carole Levine

As Ringo Starr once opined, “You got to pay your dues if you wanna sing the blues.”
Hokay, so he’s hardly an authority being  a white dude from Liverpool, but the sentiment is well taken. The blues is not pretty. The blues is badass. The blues is a music that reverberates from the swamps of […]

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Urgent Casting Call: Native Models Needed

June 10th, 2008 by Carole Levine

 Monday June 9, 2008 URGENT CASTING CALL – SUBMIT ASAP!NATIVE MODELS NEEDED FOR THE MOST SUCCESSFUL AND UNIQUE CALENDAR IN OUR COMMUNITY
Riding the wave of the success and positivity of the very first Runway Beauty Calendar from 2008, Runway Beauty Co is now seeking Fresh New Faces for its Runway Beauty 2009 calendar.  Just as the […]


“Weaving Worlds”…Where Weaving Blankets Means Much More than Blanket Weaving

May 15th, 2008 by Carole Levine

To many Navajo, weaving blankets means  much more than…well,  blanket weaving. The painstaking process of shearing sheep, spinning and dying wool and carefully plaiting fibers into distinct Dine images stirs a cultural connection for those seeking a deeper indigenous identity.
Being Navajo—the language, customs, even the dusty landscape—is explored vis-à-vis the challenges of contemporary artisans in […]


“Indianer”…a Strange, Strange Hobby Indeed

April 15th, 2008 by Carole Levine

They call themselves “hobbyists,” an odd term, even derisive if you think about it,  but keenly apropos considering what it is they do.                                                                                  “Hobbyists” have an interesting approach to enjoying a culture not their own.  They capture and cage it—feasting on the traditions of the “other” with ravenous delight. Not unlike like collecting […]


imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival Call for Submissions

April 8th, 2008 by Carole Levine

 CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS – FILM AND VIDEO imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival TORONTO, CANADA OCTOBER 15-19, 2008 http://www.imagineNATIVE.org
The imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival is an international festival that celebrates the latest works by Indigenous peoples on the forefront of innovation in film, video, radio, and new media. Each fall, the festival […]

  1. Scene4 Magazine: Imprint | Carole Quattro Levine

    Scene Magaine-August 2007: Redefining Native women in Film –

  2. Scene4 Magazine: Native American Television | Carole Quattro Levine

    Scene4 Magazine-September 2008: reView – Film – Don’t Blame Taylor Lautner by Carole Quattro Levine.

  3. Scene4 Magazine: His Name is Mato Nanji | Carole Quattro Levine

    Scene4 Magazine-October 2008: reView – Film – His name is Mato Nanji His band is Indigenous by Carole Quattro Levine.

  4. Scene4 Magazine: Sitting Bull: A Stone In My Heart | Carole Quattro

    by Carole Quattro Levine. If he were alive today, Sitting Bull would grace the covers of both Time and People and be a frequent commentator on cable news.

  5. Scene4 Magazine: Native American Film – Silent Thunder | Carole

    by Carole Quattro Levine. Growing up in Florida riding horses doesn’t seem like the trajectory for a filmmaking career. But for Angelique Midthunder it was.

  6. Marcel Petit’s – Archives – Scene4 Magazine

    by Carole Quattro Levine Carole Quattro Levine is the editor of NativeVue Film and Media, an online magazine emphasizing “real-time” dialogue about films.

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    Scene Magaine-May 2007: Native American Film-Mile Post 38 reviewed by Carole Quattro Levine. Scene4 Magazine — Carole Quattro Levine

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    Scene Magazine-January 2007: Interview with Native American humorist, Drew Hayden Taylor, by Carole Quattro Levine.

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    4. About Scene4 Magazine-April 2012

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    5. About Scene4 Magazine-December 2009

      Carole Quattro Levine Arthur Kanegis Mark Wellman New Technology Editors Joseph Beachy Martin Selkirk Advertising Services Toland Thomas Administrative

    6. Scene4 Magazine: Tim Ramos – California Indian

      Scene4 Magazine-October 2006 — Native American Film: Tim Ramos – California Indian reviewed by Carole Quattro Levine.

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  1. Scene4 — This Issue: May 2012 | www.scene4.com

    Scene4 Magazine: Sacred Monsters | Renate Stendhal | July 2007 | http://www.scene4. Scene4 Magazine: The Artistry of Graham Greene | Carol Quattro Levine

  2. Scene4 Magazine — This Issue: August 2008

    Aug 6, 2008 – Is More Than An Idea It Has To Be Carole Quattro Levine. MUSIC JAZZ Soothing the Raging Beast The 7th Rochester Internationl Jazz Festival

  3. Scene4 Magazine – Arts and Media August 2008

    Miles David Moore. Opera San Francisco Opera’s Summer of Madness Renate Stendhal. Media Native American Television Carole Quattro Levine. Music JAZZ

  4. Scene4 Magazine — reView: November 2007

    Miles David Moore. FILM Review Sitting Bull A Stone In My Heart Carole Quattro Levine. CINEMA Panorama of European Cinema Championing the Underdog

  5. Scene4 Magazine — This Issue: November 2007

    Miles David Moore. FILM Review Sitting Bull A Stone In My Heart Carole Quattro Levine. CINEMA Panorama of European Cinema Championing the Underdog

  6. Scene4 Magazine – Arts and Media October 2007

    Washington National Opera Karren Alenier. Theatre The Artistry of. Graham Greene Carole Quattro Levine. inSight. Film The Legacy of A Hero Andrea Kapsaski

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