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Firelight Media Selects 2018 Class of Impact Producer Fellows

Ben-Alex Dupris is selected as a 2018 Impact Producer Fellow

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As Native tribes continue their protest of the Dakota Access Pipeline, Kamau and Hari catch up with the #NoDAPL movement by calling writer, filmmaker, and indigenous advocate, Benalex Dupris.

TEDxToledo Presenter 2017 - ALex Goetz


CNN - Kamau Bell: Standing Rock changed how I see America

W. Kamau Bell: "At Standing Rock, I even ran into my friend, activist and artist Ben Alex Dupris, who gave me a course in Tepee 101. And then he and his friends gave me the gift of an experience I'll never forget."

Nat Geo WILD, in partnership with the Sun Valley Film Festival (SVFF), announced the winner of the third annual WILD TO INSPIRE filmmaking competition. Justin Grubb and Alex Goetz of Toledo, Ohio, were named the winners during the Sun Valley Film Festival’s Awards Bash this past weekend.

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Going to Sundance: Tribal member [Ben-Alex Dupris] produces documentary selected for renowned film festival


To the Explorers: A Q&A with the winners of NatGeo Wild’s short film competition


On this episode of Daily VICE, we meet up with artist Ben Dupree at the Standing Rock Reservation in North Dakota to talk about why the Sioux tribe is defending itself against an oil pipeline that's planned to be built through its land.


Wildlife in Africa Is Awe Inspiring



At the 1961 Venice International Film Festival, critics raved about The Exiles, a film about young Native Americans hanging out in a seedy Los Angeles neighborhood that starred nonprofessional local actors. But after its film-festival debut, The Exilesdisappeared. A new restoration and distribution reintroduces the lost docudrama.