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Rena Owen, Tristan Bice-Bey and Alex Munoz. Photo: Katrina Marcinowski.

A devoted grandmother will stop at nothing to keep her beloved grandson close – even murder.

Spout is a cross-cultural, camp, comedy-horror mash-up starring Rena Owen (Once Were Warriors, Star Wars) and introducing Tristan Bice-Bey.

The short dramatic feature film premiers at the San Francisco Asian International Film Festival in March 2010.

Spout was directed by Alex Munoz (Chamorro) and produced by an entirely Pacific producer team: Alex, Rena, Hawai’i-based James Sereno and Karin Williams (Cook Islands/Aotearoa).

Spout @ San Francisco Asian International Film Festival
Friday, March 12, 9:30pm
Sundance Kabuki Cinemas

Thursday, March 18, 5:00pm
Viz Cinema


Yukon Circles screened at the 2nd Native Spirit Festival in London during October 08. The film documents tribal environmental protection efforts on the Yukon River in Alaska and Canada.

The event included more than 116 films, 188 screenings, workshops, talks, exhibitions and performances at ten locations.

Also screening at Native Spirit: Na Maka o ka Aina’s The Tribunal, documenting an indigenous trial of the U.S. government on Hawai’i in 1993, and Ian Skorodin’s Crazy Ind’n, an action-figure animation set during a global indigenous revolution.

Yukon Circles screens in the inaugural Global Green Indigenous Film Festival at Santa Fe, New Mexico, 18-20 April 2008.

Yukon Circles nominated for Best Documentary Short at American Indian Film Festival screening in San Francisco 12 noon Sat 3 Nov 2007.