Deadline Hollywood and the New York Times are among those applauding “TE ATA,” the feature film produced by the Chickasaw Nation.
Due to overwhelming response, “TE ATA” has been held over for several additional days by theaters in Oklahoma, Oregon and New Mexico.
Cerrenah Chesbro waited a year to meet her hero, “Te Ata.”
The true story of a Chickasaw storyteller is coming to select theatres across the nation this fall and everyone is invited to a red carpet event at the McSwain Theatre, 130 W. Main, Wednesday, Sept. 27, to kick off its nationwide theatrical release.
Martin Sensmeier, who landed a starring role alongside Denzel Washington in “The Magnificent Seven,” will play the lead role of Montford Johnson in “The Chickasaw Rancher.”
The search is underway for Native American actors to star in a tribally-produced feature film inspired by the life of Chickasaw cattle rancher Montford T. Johnson.
The search is underway in southern California for Native American actors to star in a tribally-produced feature film inspired by the life of Chickasaw cattle rancher Montford T. Johnson.
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