WMM Filmmaker Heather Rae Partners With Endeavor to Increase the Presence of Indigenous People in Filmmaking  

Heather Rae, director of WMM new release PAULETTE, has announced a partnership with Endeavor Content to support and advocate for Indigenous filmmakers. Rae is a Piaget Award-wining filmmaker whose producer credits include Frozen River, which won the Grand Jury Prize at Sundance, and acclaimed film Trudell, among many others. She is a long-time advocate of increasing the presence of Indigenous filmmakers and Indigenous storytelling.  As covered by VARIETY, Rae and Endeavor announced the new venture on October 12, Indigenous People’s Day. Read more about the partnership. 

Rae’s new film PAULETTE, recently released by WMM, tells the story of Coeur d’Alene tribal member Paulette Jordan, the first Native American and the first woman to win the Idaho Primary for Governor. Learn more about PAULETTE, buy for your institution, or sign up to host a screening. 


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