This May Be The Last Time Deluxe Edition! Featuring over an hour of bonus material, including:
- This May Be The Last Time feature documentary
- Additional interview with critically-acclaimed director, Sterlin Harjo
- Bonus footage from the Sundance premiere
- Extra scenes of the key players in This May Be The Last Time; including more songs and stories
- Full soundtrack of hymns that were featured in the film
This May Be The Last Time - Feature Film
Tracing a heartfelt journey, award-winning filmmaker Sterlin Harjo interweaves the tale of a mysterious death in 1962 with the rich history of the powerful hymns that have united Native American communities in times of worship, joy, tragedy, and hope. By investigating the stories of these songs, this illuminating film takes us on an epic tour as we travel with the power of the music through Southwest America, slavery in the deep South, and as far away as the Scottish Highlands.
This May Be The Last Time - Special Soundtrack Edition
This special edition package allows you to dive deeper into the music featured in This May Be The Last Time. Buy today and get access to the feature documentary PLUS the official soundtrack!
Espoketis Omes Kerreskos - Special Bonus Package
Already seen the film? This package features over an hour of additional material, including:
- Soundtrack that features the hymns in the film
- Additional interview with critically acclaimed director, Sterlin Harjo
- Bonus video from the Sundance premiere
- Extra scenes of the key players in This May Be the Last Time; including more songs and more stories
This May Be The Last Time on DVD
Own This May Be The Last Time on DVD!
Includes a free digital copy of the film PLUS more than 30 minutes of bonus material. Also includes a book of hymns featured in the film.
Public performance rights available.
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Notre Dame, IN - University of Notre Dame - February, 2015
Park City, UT - 2014 Sundance Film Festival - January, 2014
Melbourne, Australia - Human Rights Arts and Film Festival - May 8 - 22, 2014
Seattle, WA - Seattle Film Festival - May 15 - June 8, 2014
Tulsa, OK - deadCENTER Film Festival - June, 2014
New York, NY - MoMa - Sundance Indigenous 20 year anniversary - July, 12 2014
Tulsa, OK - Tulsa Overground Film Festival - August 31, 2014
Dallas, TX - Dallas Video Fest - October 9 - 19, 2014
Milwaukee, WI - Milwaukee Film Festival - September 25 - October 9, 2014
Sandpoint, ID - American Indian Film Festival - October, 2014
Santa Fe, NM - Santa Fe Independent Film Fest - October, 15 - 19, 2014
Toronto, ON - IMAGINEnative Film Festival - October, 2014
Washington, DC - National Museum of the American Indian - November 15
Los Angeles, CA - UCLA American Indian Studies Center - November 8, 2014
New York, NY - CORE: club - November 10, 2014
Norman, OK - University of Oklahoma, Kerr Auditorium - November 19, 2014
Tulsa, OK - Circle Cinema - November 21, 2014
Sydney, Australia - Sundance Film Retrospective - November 29, 2014
Los Angeles, California - UCLA Film and Television Archive - December 13, 2014
Director Sterlin Harjo (Seminole/Creek) has gained critical and audience acclaim with his films throughout the world. In 2006 he was selected as one of the inaugural recipients (the youngest and the first Native American recipient) of the prestigious United States Artists Fellowship, which is supported by a consortium of major foundations. He was selected for a 2006 Media Arts Fellowship from Renew Media. In the same year, he won the Creative Promise Award from Tribeca All Access for his script Before the Beast Returns (working title).
At twenty three Harjo was accepted into the Sundance Institutes Filmmakers Lab and spent a year developing his first film Four Sheets to the Wind. His short film Goodnight, Irene, premiered at the 2005 Sundance Film Festival, and was cited for Special Jury Recognition at the Aspen Shortsfest.
Four Sheets to the Wind, premiered at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival and has been widely screened nationally and internationally at film festivals and art cinemas. To enable concentrated work on this production, Harjo was selected in 2004 as one of the Sundance Institute's first five Annenberg Film Fellows, a multi-year program launched to provide filmmakers with financial support and full involvement in Sundance's professional workshops.
Harjos second dramatic feature Barking Water premiered at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival and was the only American film to play in the Venice Days section of the 2009 Venice Film Festival. He is one of seven Innovative indigenous filmmakers who participated in the Embargo Collective, a project launched in 2008 by imagineNATIVE Film & Media Arts Festival. The works produced by the collective, including Harjos Cepanvkuce Tutcenen/Three Little Boys, premiered at imagineNATIVE in 2009, and were selected for screening in the 2010 Berlin International Film Festival and the 2011 Native American Film + Video Festival.
In 2010 Harjo served as a jury member for the Sundance Film Festival and in 2009 as an Advisor for the Sundance Institute Ford Foundation Film Fellowship.
Harjo is a founding member of the comedy collective The 1491s.
Harjo grew up in Holdenville, Oklahoma, and now lives in Tulsa.
Matt Leach has spent the past decade sharing the strange and wonderful stories of Oklahoma. His early claim to fame was the video for the song, Midnight Vignette by Evangelicals, which was voted one of the top 10 indie videos of 2008. Matt's work would be featured MTV and at the SXSW festival in Austin, TX. He has also produced national commercials for Cox Cable, high profile political candidates and the XBOX title Splosion Man and Ms. Splosion Man. Thanks in large part to his wide ranging background, Matt's documentary work at This Land Press has brought a fresh take as well as a dose of humanity to “flyover country.” His joint effort with Sterlin Harjo, titled simply “This Land,” is a thought provoking and delicately crafted series on life in middle America. He currently resides in Tulsa, OK where he continues to hunt for the next great story.
Christina D. King
Oklahoma-born Christina D. King (Creek/Seminole) is a producer and filmmaker whose work focuses largely on human rights issues, civic engagement through storytelling and democratizing filmmaker opportunities for minority voices.
A graduate of the University of Tulsa with a degree in Film Studies and Mass Communications, King started her career in broadcast news, before going on to produce commercials, network television, and documentaries.
King is the co-director and producer of Warrior Women (ITVS), a documentary about the women and daughters on the front lines of the fight for Native rights in the 1970’s. King recently produced the documentary Up Heartbreak Hill (POV) that follows the lives of three Navajo teens during their senior year at a reservation high school.
Other credits include Ric Burns and Chris Eyre’s, American Experience: Tecumseh’s Vision, as well as Michael Moore’s Capitalism: A Love Story, Pushing The Elephant (Independent Lens), Election Day (POV), Six by Sondheim (HBO), Fur: An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus, Che, and the award-winning short The Kook.