Crooked Arrows Release Date Announced


I’ve seen two cuts,  I now know the date, but it’s still hard to believe. I’ve been lucky, so lucky, to get four movies produced — but this one will be my first theatrical release and I cannot wait to see it with an audience — especially with family and friends. There is simply nothing like it.

On May 18, 2012, Crooked Arrows hits the big screen in selected cities nationwide, with several premier events coming before that.  The movie is funny, inspirational, and heart-warming, bringing the world of lacrosse and the Native American community together to tell a story about a people and a game we haven’t seen before.   I’m proud to be part of the incredible team that pulled off a miracle in not only getting the movie made, but making it well.

If Crooked Arrows is going to succeed and see multiple weeks in release, it’s vital, crucial, imperative (how emphatically redundant can I be?) that we fill up every screening in every theater nationwide on opening weekend.  If you haven’t yet, please like the movie on facebook, follow it on twitter, sign up for the newsletter on the website, and most importantly, share all of this info with your friends.  We’ll have more details in the coming month, so stay tuned, and keep your calendar open May 18 & 19 so you can officially join the tribe.


6 responses to “Crooked Arrows Release Date Announced

  1. Congratulations! And how fun – I stumbled across your blog and looked at your past projects – I know Preston Jones of Beer Pong fame and fortune! We were in an entertainment industry group together – nicest guy.

    I wish you much luck with your release and will be sure to be there and to tweet about it. I only have around 25 followers, I’m very late to the social media party, but I’m happy to help where I can. Break a leg!

  2. Hi Brad. Robert Coffie from Yaqui Nation, and would like thank you for leting me a part of this movie; and i cant wait to see it. I would also like to thank you for bringing us all together Navtive or not. I had a wonderful time.

    • Robert, Thanks for supporting the movie. Other than working on the script, I didn’t have a lot of say in who did what, but I am proud that something I’m part of brought so many wonderful people together on an important project. I think you’ll be proud of the movie when you see it. I know I am.

  3. Knowing so many of the actors, dancers, and singers that appear in this movie, I’m rather upset that it won’t be shown out near where they all live. 😦

    • Kim, I’m sorry to hear that. Of course, I have no control over that element of the movie, but many of my friends and family in Kentucky will have to drive north to see the movie. I’m excited that a movie this size is playing as widely as it is, but we’re not The Avengers, and can’t play everywhere. Hopefully groups can travel together?

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