'Injunuity' Series Wins Best Short at In COLOR Film Festival

Watch the first episode of the innovative and entertaining animated series that wowed judges at the in COLOR Film Festival.
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At the in COLOR Film Festival, which is dedicated to "promoting racial diversity in Oklahoma's visual arts community," the "Injunuity" series of short animated films was honored with the Best Short designation. "Injunuity" describes itself as "a collage of reflections on the Native American world, our shared past, our turbulent present, and our undiscovered future," in which original audio is combined with animation to produce enlightening videos. To see episodes, visit injunuity.org; the series is produced by Vision Maker Media for PBS.

Additionally, My Darkest Hour, a film by Happy Frejo, Seminole/Pawnee/Xicana, was honored with the People's Choice award.

Here's the first episode of "Injunuity" -- "Buried":