429 Castro St
San Francisco, California 94114

The San Francisco Silent Film Festival Present

H. P. Carver’s

SUNDAY JULY 13 at 1:10pm
at The Castro Theatre

With Chief Buffalo Child Long Lance, Chief Yellow Robe and Spotted Elk
Live piano accompaniment by Mont Alto Motion Picture Orchestra

The Ojibway Indians and their battle against hunger – the
silent enemy – are the subject of this remarkable hybrid
documentary. Shot on location, mainly in the Temagami
Forest Reserve of northern Ontario, and set in the time
before Columbus, it combines ethnographic authenticity with
invented drama. The nature photography is absolutely stunning!
Chief Yellow Robe, who plays the head of the Ojibway tribe, introduces
the story in a sound prologue. This documentary-drama contains
graphic images of wild animals fighting and being killed.

For ticketing information please visit www.silentfilm.org or

Official Website: http://www.silentfilm.org

Added by cdnconsulatesf on June 20, 2008