Yellow Tree is excited to host a screening of the film Neither Wolf nor Dog

WHEN: Monday, February 25th @ 7:30pm
TICKETS: $10 General Admission

Watch trailer HERE!

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Neither Wolf nor Dog

ROARING FIRE FILMS
Presents

A Film by
STEVEN LEWIS SIMPSON

NEITHER WOLF NOR DOG
Adapted from the Best-selling
Native American novel by Kent Nerburn

Starring

DAVE BALD EAGLE

CHRISTOPHER SWEENEY

RICHARD RAY WHITMAN

“The Lagoon’s opening weekend of NEITHER WOLF NOR DOG was the best weekend gross in the entire country. It’s nice to see that beautifully told stories can still find an audience.” Hugh Wronski Senior Publicist, Landmark Theatres - Re: Minneapolis opening “By the time the end credits arrive, the characters of this modest, crowd-funded feature are practically unforgettable. It’s immensely serious but no downer.”

Colin Covert - Star Tribune ★★★ó out of ★★★★ https://tinyurl.com/lyu3ooo
Audience scores 8.2/10 4.7/5 96%
Trailer - http://tinyurl.com/h8hztco
Press photos - http://tinyurl.com/hwwkrl8
Running time: 110 minutes

For further information contact: Omotola Lajubutu - Publicity
InYo Entertainment Film Distribution
605 454 1073
inyomedia@outlook.com

PLOT SUMMARY
Adapted from the acclaimed novel Neither Wolf Nor Dog by Kent Nerburn the story
follows a white author who gets sucked into the heart of contemporary Native American life in the sparse lands of the Dakota's by a 95 year old Lakota elder and his side-kick.

NEITHER WOLF NOR DOG - THE NOVEL
First published in 1994 and winner of the Minnesota Book award in 1996, no other novel is seen to so successfully bridge the gap between white America and the Native American world. It still sells well aided by a wide readership through academic use. Two sequel novels followed to equal acclaim.The publisher, New World Library estimates world-wide sales at around half a million copies with sales in Europe and in particular Germany being very strong.The American Indian College fund said, “This is one of those rare works that onceyou’ve read it, you can never look at the world, or at people, the same way again.”