Wind-Feather Productions in collaboration with 9 Muses Media Productions and Cremotion Pictures, dedicated effort to develop and produce a unique documentary that highlighted Native American culture and tradition.

Our current films “Honor Riders”, brings to light the social and cultural issues related to Native American Veteran’s and their military service. We aim to provide an important voice in independent films that reaches beyond the boundaries of the Navajo-Hopi reservation.

​​FIRST NATIONS FILM & VIDEO FESTIVAL

Illinois Premier 

November 2-13, 2016

Beverly Arts Center - Main Theatre
2407 W. 11th St. 
Chicago, IL  

Showtime:  November 3, 2016 @ 7:30 pm

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VETERANS DAY EVENT

November 11, 2016 @ 4 pm

Mary D. Fisher Theatre

2030 W. State Route 89A

Sedona, AZ

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LA SKINS FILM FESTIVAL

Festival Dates:  Nov. 15-20, 2016

TLC Manns Chinese Theatre

6925 Hollywood Blvd

Hollywood, CA  90027

Specific Date & Time is pending.

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ABOUT US

FILM FESTIVALS & SCREENINGS:

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Why did you make this film?
I made Honor Riders because it reflects the personal story of my local community on the Navajo and Hopi nation. A biker and a Gold Star family member myself, I feel my life took on a different purpose after participating in the 2004-2009 motorcycle runs on the reservation in Arizona. And eventually, on a cross-country trip to Washington D.C. to see the Vietnam Memorial myself that bears my brother’s name. I want to create a whole new meaning to words; honor, courage, and sacrifice in regard to Native American Veterans. From their humble beginning (to honor one women) to how they have evolved today by bringing awareness to audience members about Native American military service and Gold Star Families. 


This film has been made to not only honor my brother Alvin, but to honor all Veterans, past and present, and to remind all who see it, that a Warrior remains a Warrior and Freedom is never Free. - Ralphina Hernandez, Producer/Director of Honor Riders

UPCOMING:

GALLUP FILM FESTIVAL

 New Mexico Premier

El Morrow Theatre

207 W. Coal Ave.

Gallup, NM  87301

September 17, 2016



TRIBAL FILM FESTIVAL

Oklahoma Premier

Dream Theatre

312 N. Muskogee Ave.

Talequah, OK  74464

September 11, 2016



RED NATION FILM FESTIVAL

World Premier
Laemmie Music Hall
Beverly Hills, CA 90211
November 14, 2015



WINDOW ROCK, AZ
Pre-Memorial Day Screening

Navajo Nation Museum
Saturday, May 28, 2016



PAGE, AZ

Arizona Premier
Mesa Theatre
December 12, 2015 

NICK HERNANDEZ

RALPHINA HERNANDEZ, PRODUCER/DIRECTOR

​First time producer and director Ralphina Hernandez (Navajo), formerly from Window Rock, AZ located on the Navajo Nation, and currently resides in Mesa, AZ. My Navajo clans are: Todich'ilnii (Bitterwater clan) and born for Ta'neeszahnii (Tangled People clan). My material grandfather is Kinyaa'aanii (Towering House clan) and paternal grandfather is Honaghaaknii (One Walks Around clan). Ralphina is a former student of The Film School at Scottsdale Community College. She holds Associate Degree in Accounting and attended AZ State University, as a Computer Science Major.


RALPHINA HERNANDEZ

About WIND-FEATHER PRODUCTIONS

Shelly & Larry Begay