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Tongue River Home
In Eastern Montana, a family ranch sits on the banks of the Tongue River. This quiet and beautiful corner of our state has been both home and livelihood to Nancy’s family for decades, but she, her neighbors, and the river they love all face pressure from the energy industry.
Before Buzz and Glenda Momberg began their family, they made the decision to become sober and reconnect with their Blackfeet traditions.
Silencing the Thunder
Silencing the thunder takes a deeper look into the controversial management of Yellowstone National Park bison and questions whether this iconic species should be lethally managed to control the spread of brucellosis.
20/Nothing explores the world of Evan Smith, a man who lost his left eye at a young age. This experimental film gives us an in-depth look at a perception with no depth.
Fungiphilia Rising is an invitation to explore the fascinating world of mushrooms throughout the American West.
The Alan Lane Story
A true and inspiring story about a talented musician who lost his arm in a logging accident. This film encompasses Alan and his wife Wendy’s life in the Montana Yaak wilderness.
Junk Studio series is inspired by local history and made with discarded objects. Overcoming the skepticism of friends and family he begins incorporating the unlikeliest of models in his work.
Bill Ohrmann - Looking for the Truth
Montana (Drummond) local Bill Ohrmann was a Sergeant in the army in 1941. After the war he continued to operate a cattle ranch. At 80 he began making incredible life-size steel sculptures of animals.