Educational institutions can now purchase an in perpetuity streaming license for “Searching for Sequoyah”. The license is only available through Turtle Island Productions, LLC, which owns the copyright of the program. The license will provide the institution with the ability to host and stream their own digital file of the program from their own servers or with any third party streaming platform that is encrypted and password protected with no ability for users (faculty, staff, students) to download the program. The term of the license is in perpetuity. The cost is $1000, with a sliding scale for non-profit educational organizations, and tribal colleges and schools, that are operated by Tribal Nations legally recognized by the U.S. Federal government , or a state government. For more information and a sample licensing agreement, please contact James Fortier, owner of Turtle Island Productions, using the contact tab of this website.
In Perpetuity Streaming Licenses for Educators Now Available.
Vision Maker Media awards Searching for Sequoyah Production FundingJames Fortier, , Uncategorized, 0
VMM funding is provided by CPB and is specifically intended to support Native American filmmakers. Successful completion of the...
SFS Selected for the 46th Annual American Indian Film Festival, Nov. 2021James Fortier, , Uncategorized, 0
Congratulations! It is with great honor that we announce your film has been selected to screen in the 46th...
1952 Picture of Dr Cherokee HeadstoneJames Fortier, , Uncategorized, 0
After the film screened on RSU-TV in Northeastern Oklahoma I received the following email and photo from the grandson...
Descendant of Seminole chief spots ancestor in SFSJames Fortier, , Uncategorized, 0
We received this email below from Maximillian Theron Frye, a descendant of the historical Seminole Chief Coacoochee “Chief Wildcat,”...
Production Trip to the Cherokee Nation, Oklahoma.James Fortier, , Uncategorized, 0
In July of 2018 our production team traveled to Oklahoma for nearly a week of filming interviews, discussions between...
R&D Trip to Zaragoza, MexicoJames Fortier, , Uncategorized, 0
LeAnne Howe and Joshua Nelson traveled to Zaragoza, Mexico in the spring of 2017 along with production co-ordinator and...
R&D Trip to Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians – Cherokee, NCJames Fortier, , Uncategorized, 0
We completed our second R&D trip in August, 2016 when we visited the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians (EBCI)...
Educators can stream SFS starting October 18, 2022 on Kanopy.James Fortier, , Uncategorized, 0
The award winning documentary “Searching for Sequoyah,” presented by Vision Maker Media and American Public Television will be available...
- In Perpetuity Streaming Licenses for Educators Now Available.November 3, 2022
- Educators can stream SFS starting October 18, 2022 on Kanopy.October 5, 2022
- Descendant of Seminole chief spots ancestor in SFSNovember 27, 2021
- “Big old stone house of the Cherokee Indians” Archival Photo FoundNovember 27, 2021
- 1952 Picture of Dr Cherokee HeadstoneNovember 27, 2021
- SFS Selected for the 46th Annual American Indian Film Festival, Nov. 2021September 18, 2021