• Na Na Ping Joins Us to Talk IACA

    Na Na Ping joins guest host Adrienne Lalli Hills and Angela to discuss proposed changes to the Indian Arts and Crafts Act by the BIA. Reel Indigenous does not take policy positions. The views expressed are those of the individuals.

    S3E2 - 44m - Apr 9, 2024
  • True Detective: NIGHT COUNTRY episodes 4-6

    In this episode, we get to talking about the final 3 episodes of TRUE DETECTIVES: NIGHT COUNTRY, and how Aunties regulate.

    Angela, Matt, Sunrise and tvli join in on the conversation.

    Monica chopped the episode together

    Whoever showed up, produced.

    The music is "AAAAYYYY!!!!" by the Chahta vba isht Taloa cocophony orchestra consort

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    So, whether you're in the night country, day country or just gone country, don't just keep it real, keep it


    S3 - 1h 5m - Apr 2, 2024
  • Gettin' Ready for IPX!

    The Original Indigenous Comic Con is back in Oklahoma for 2024 and we have the deets! Get your fav cosplay ready, gather the family and join the Reservation Dogs, Eugene Brave Rock, the OKC Ghostbusters, Huncles Yancey Red Corn and Brent Greenwood, and more April 12-14.

    S2 - 51m - Mar 26, 2024
  • Medicine Horse, with Nico Albert & Kyle Williams

    In this episode, we chat it up with Nico Albert and Kyle Williams, the dynamic duo of the metal group, Medicine Horse. They share their music and advice and all the great things that they do.

    Thanks for listening. And after you listen, go out and buy their self-titled debut album, Medicine Horse and the Cherokee compilation album, Anvdvnelisgi.

    Also, for those of you who are interested in Burning Cedar Sovereign Wellness, check it out here:


    You can jam out to their music here:


    check out there socials to catch them live in a town near you:



    And don't forget to check us out on our socials, and don't be shy, feel free to slide into our DM's any time:




    Whether you're rocking out, banging your head, or just sitting back and enjoying easy listening music, make sure you don't just keep it real, you keep it


    S3E101 - 1h 20m - Mar 19, 2024
  • Sundance with wolves

    It took us a minute. Sunrise got sick, then was back on the festival circuit, but we finally got Matt and Sunrise to sit down for a bit and talk about the Sundance Film Festival and the few Indigenous movies they got to see.

    They also talk about the short film, "Kicking the Clouds". A beautiful movie that you can watch here:


    also here is the link to the Federal Indian Boarding School Initiative Investigative Report:


    Also, here's a list of Indigenous film offerings at Sundance. If these movies play at a venue near you, please go see them:


    The music, I guess, is canned music. Not sure where it came from, but it kinda jams, right?

    Don't forget to check us out on our socials and whatnot:




    We also selling T-shirts. Want to look sexy and suave and be the envy of your Rez. Sport these fine threads:


    This episode was edited by Matt Barse

    So, whether you sundance with wolves or do some dirty dancing with wolves, don't just keep it real, keep it


    S3E100 - 1h 8m - Mar 12, 2024
  • We Don't Predict the Oscars, but We Sure Talk A Lot About Them

    A bonus Oscars episode for your listening pleasure. Just four filmies discussing random categories of the upcoming awards ceremony and their thoughts on some of the nominees.

    35m - Mar 8, 2024
  • BTS of Marvel's Echo with Peshawn Bread

    All of that Choctaw spirit we saw and loved in Echo? We can trace it back to a podcast fav: Peshawn Bread. What can't they do? Direct, produce, model, they do it all and we are here for it!

    Peshawn shares the lengths they went to during the shoot, specifically the stickball game and powwow, to make our Choctaw friends and family part of the now-canon origan of Maya Lopez in the Marvel MCU. Get your cup, because we are sipping the tea!

    S2E104 - 1h 0m - Mar 5, 2024
  • We Are All in the Night Country Now

    Guess how excited Angela is about Season 4 of True Detective! First Alaska Daily and now this? Inupiaq on the rise!

    Be sure to hear Monica's dating profile masterpiece, lots of speculation on the plots, and the discussion of the true meaning of this series: the MMIW crises in Alaska and beyond. There is some discussion of assault, so please take care of yourself when listening.

    S2E103 - 58m - Feb 27, 2024
  • Echo, Episode 5: Maya Lopez is Home

    Echo has made its mark on Tamaha, Oklahoma, as Maya comes home. How did our Creative Natives wrap up the first season of Choctaw Hero Maya?

    Angela, Matt and tvli chat it up.

    The music is

    "Dangerous Banaha" by the Chahta vba isht Taloa cocophony orchestra consort

    And remember kids, don't just keep it real, keep it


    36m - Feb 20, 2024
  • Maya Lopez Gets Busy

    This week, our hosts examine the next two episodes of Marvel's Echo series: Tuklo and Taloa. She's facing the music of the actions she put in place, but what will that do to her family? We love the scenes with Graham Greene and Tantoo Cardinal and the action in the roller rink!

    S3E101 - 41m - Feb 13, 2024
  • Echo - the Chahta Hero We've Been Waiting For

    In this episode, we talk Marvel's Echo episodes 1 and 2. Special guest Dewayne Hornbuckle joins us as we learn more about the world Maya Lopez lives and operates in. Set in Tahama, Oklahoma, Maya comes to town with an agenda: to take over Fiske's empire and make it her own.

    We incorrectly said that Taskmaster was on "Captain America". It was actually in the "Black Widow" film. Sorry for the mistake.

    Big ups and thanks to Dewayne Hornbuckle for throwing us some of that Chahta knowledge, and thank you for listening.

    The music is

    "Dangerous Banaha" by the Chahta vba isht Taloa cocophony orchestra consort

    And remember kids, don't just keep it real, keep it


    S3E100 - 1h 18m - Feb 6, 2024
  • Echo is here, and so are Choctaw Guests

    This week we welcome Dewayne Hornbuckle and Darnell Colbert, citizens of the Choctaw Nation and experts in stickball and language. Each contributed to the run-away series on Disney+, Echo!

    Deqayne talks about being a Seminole leader during the game, and Darnell shares the work he's doing to release the episodes dubbed in Choctaw.

    We brought pod fav Mark Williams in just 'cause he's cool.

    S2E48 - 56m - Jan 30, 2024
  • Welcome to the MCU, Kahhori!

    The podcasters welcome MCU's newest hero, Kahhori, to their screens! A welcome addition, voiced by rising star (that we've loved since Mohawk Girls) Devery Jacobs. "What If?" has two episodes featuring the newest superhero.

    Up first is our RIP News in partnership with Geek Girl Authority, featuring Noetta Harjo, then we celebrate one of the best additions to the universe ever.

    S2E47 - 44m - Jan 23, 2024
  • Aquaman 2 - Was it Worth a Sequal?

    Does anyone remember the plot of the first Aquaman? Tune in and find out as our hosts try to piece together the plot. Then we discuss the merits of a second film. Does it do what it sets out to do? Is it just a collection of stolen action scenes? Will the CGI meet the gold standard of The Flash? Find out this week!

    Check our LinkTree for a special scene from the 1994 film On Deadly Ground.

    S2E46 - 48m - Jan 16, 2024
  • Jennifer Rader - A Woman of 1,000 Talents

    In this episode, we get to chat it up with the multi-talented genius, Jennifer Rader, AKA, Mistress Red. Dancer, actor, stunts, and more! What does she not do? Listen to her collaborations and insights about Ryan Red Corn, Rez Dogs, the Haus of Peshawn Bread and Killers of the Flower Moon!

    Remember to sign up for our patreon and check us out on the socials!

    The music is

    "Kanohmi" by the Chahta vba isht Taloa cocophony orchestra consort

    And remember, whether you livin' the dream, or just starting out on that journey, don't just keep it real, keep it


    S3 - 58m - Jan 9, 2024
  • Ryan Redcorn-A Man of 1,000 Talents

    Ryan Redcorn. That's it, that's the podcast. Ryan Friggin Recorn. Writer, photographer, actor, homebuilder, Wolfpack member, and so much more. Happy 2024, RIPpers.

    S2E43 - 57m - Jan 2, 2024
  • 2023 Wrap UP: what did we miss?

    The hosts look back on the year that was 2023. It was quite the year. Strikes and award noms; series ends and box office gold. We list our top three from 2023 and ask the question: will this momentum continue? What were your Top 3 moments in Indigenous media?

    S3E88 - 55m - Dec 26, 2023
  • Christmas in the Clouds-A Native-ish Rom Com?

    Happy holidays from our crew to yours! We celebrate the season with a look at 2001's Christmas in the Clouds, featuring Graham Greene, Sheila Tousey and Wes Studi. It's a fun little Christmas mistaken-identity romp through a snow-less ski resort. Full of quirky characters and a vegan chef, Christmas in the Clouds has some problems, but overall is a fun watch.

    S2E41 - 25m - Dec 19, 2023
  • Robbie Robertson-A Legacy of Music

    Our hosts discuss The Band, Robbie Robertson, Martin Scorsese and more. Which Woodstock was the muddy one? Which Robertson album is the best? Tune in as we pay tribute to this legend.

    link to concert mentioned in episode:



    thanks for listening. And remember so t just keep it real, keep it


    S2E40 - 52m - Dec 12, 2023
  • Where We Belong - On the Stage with Madeline Sayet

    Mohegan theater-maker Madeline Sayet joins us for an intimate visit about her one-person show traveling with the Folgers's Shakespeare, her pink hat, how she has no idea how to self-care, and what it's like to be the lone Native in the theater space, fighting to be heard. She even shares a scene from Where We Belong, the story of her travel to England, retracing her Mohegan ancestors visits there during the early days of colonialism.

    Learn more about Yale Indigenous Performing Arts Program by visiting yipap.yale.edu.

    S2E39 - 1h 11m - Dec 5, 2023
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