Follow Me Home (film)
|Follow Me Home|
|Directed by||Peter Bratt|
|Written by||Peter Bratt|
Follow Me Home is a 1996 film directed by activist and filmmaker Peter Bratt. It explores spiritual and intercultural race relations through the lives of four artists, one African American, one Native American and two latin-american cousins, who embark on a crosscountry road trip to paint a mural on the White House. Along the way, they meet a mysterious African American woman bearing a deep secret.
Follow Me Home has yet to be picked up by a major distribution company. The film is currently being shown on request, usually at universities and community centers followed by a discussion facilitated by Native American activist Lakota Harden.
Peter Bratt received the Audience Award for Best Feature at the 1996 San Francisco International Film Festival. The film earned the Best Feature Film Audience Award at the 1996 San Francisco International Film Festival. It was also an Official Selection in the 1996 Sundance Film Festival.
- Following Peter: An Interview with Peter Bratt at Native Networks
- Follow Me Home: An Exploration of Race and Identity
at Speak Out Now
- Lakota Harden: Native American Liberation and the Struggle for Peace and Diversity at Speak Out Now
- Follow Me Home at the Internet Movie Database
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