The Warrior Tradition | Trailer
Join us and see The Warrior Tradition before it airs nationwide on PBS and learn the largely-untold story of Native Americans in the US military.
Thursday, November 7, 2019 at 5 pm
WNED | WBFO Studios
140 Lower Terrace, Buffalo, NY 14202
The event will include a preview screening of the documentary followed by a question and answer session with producers.
Explore the complicated ways the culture and traditions of Native Americans have affected their participation in the United States military when you see The Warrior Tradition at this FREE screening at WNED | WBFO studios. The one-hour documentary, co-produced by WNED-TV Buffalo Toronto and Florentine Films/Hott Productions, Inc., tells the stories of Native American warriors from their own points of view – stories of service and pain, of courage and fear. (The film airs nationwide Nov. 11 at 9 pm ET on PBS.)
The screening event starts with a brief reception in Horizons Gallery with artwork by Carson Waterman, a Seneca artist and Vietnam veteran. At 5:30, a formal program in Studio 1 will include screening the entire film as well as a short digital film by Seneca filmmaker Caleb Abrams commissioned by WNED and featuring Waterman. The event will conclude with a panel discussion with the film's producers, a veteran from the film, and Abrams.
The Warrior Tradition has been made possible by a major grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting: A private corporation funded by the American People. With additional funding by The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, Independent Health and Arizona Humanities.
The Warrior Tradition is a co-production of WNED-TV Buffalo Toronto and Florentine Films/Hott Productions, Inc. It was produced and directed by Lawrence Hott and written by Ken Chowder. John Grant is executive producer for WNED-TV.
The Screening Event Is Free, But Tickets Are Limited And You Need To Register
Premieres nationwide November 11 at 9 pm ET on PBS
This WNED-TV original production tells the stories of Native American warriors from their own points of view – stories of service and pain, of courage and fear.
WNED | WBFO is conveniently located in downtown Buffalo at 140 Lower Terrace, near the I-190. The entrance to our parking lot is on Charles Street (also known as "Mark Russell Alley").
Currently on display at Horizons Gallery