The Brooklyn Museum will be presenting a screening of KEEPERS OF THE GAME and Q&A with director Judd Ehrlich and cast members Louise and Tsieboo Herne at 8PM ON SATURDAY, JULY 2ND as part of their Target First Saturdays series, an opportunity to enjoy engaging and eclectic FREE art and entertainment every month .
Tune in to ESPNU at 9pm ET TOMORROW (6/10) for a showing of KEEPERS OF THE GAME. Don’t miss the film the NY Times calls, “exhilarating,” and the LA Times calls “engaging” and “captivating.”
Tune in TODAY from 1-2pm EST for a live call-in show on Native America Calling! Judd Ehrlich will be joined by Tsieboo Herne and her mother Louise Herne – who is also a Mohawk Nation Bear Clan Mother.
Bitchmedia just posted an in-depth analysis of the thematic underpinnings of KEEPERS OF THE GAME, and praised the film saying, “Keepers of the Game is a deeply emotional film that achieves what only the best sports movies do: showing how sports can build communities and individuals up to resist the woes the rest of society throws at them.”
Check out this month’s issue of Sports Illustrated for a great article on KEEPERS OF THE GAME!
The New York Times loves KEEPERS OF THE GAME! We’re a NY Times Critics’ Pick! The Times praised the, “Deft editing, artful camerawork and effective music in abundance; Mr. Ehrlich (“Magic Camp”), an Emmy-winning documentarian, clearly knows his craft. I won’t say how this movie ends. But the film is about much more than the game.”
Incredible World Premiere panel yesterday featuring Serena Williams and Tom Brady at Tribeca and a glowing endorsement from legendary lacrosse star Paul Rabil! Thank you so much to the team, parents & coaches for making this film possible and coming down from Akwesasne to celebrate with us in NYC!