Standing Rock is a movement lead by the Great Sioux Nation along with other 400 indigenous nations and allies in North Dakota .It opposes the construction of DAPL, a pipeline that threatens the water source of thousands of people, violates sacred land, treaty territory and Indigenous Nation sovereignty. The main camp, Oceti Sakowin was stablished in Army Corps of Engineers property, next to the Cannon Ball river. The Occupation lasted 7 months and joined by thousands of people that showed up in solidarity to defend water and indigenous rights.

All My Relations & Indian Winter are short documentary films on Standing Rock produced in collaboration with The Native & the Refugee. They look into the cosmology and recent warrior culture. September and November of 2016.