What Was Ours

Thanks to our friends at Alpheus Media, WyomingPBS is thrilled to share the beautiful, award-winning documentary "What Was Ours" with our friends in Riverton and Lander! The film will have it's Wyoming Premiere in Riverton at the beautiful Robert A. Peck Theater on the CWC campus (Friday night, Sept 9th, 7pm) and at the historic downtown Lander Grand Theater (Saturday, Sept 10th, 2pm).  A panel discussion and moderated Q&A will follow the screening, and each screening will feature a different post film discussion and special bonus features, such as scenes that did not make it into the final film. Admission is free, and seats available on a first-come first-serve basis. 

Here's a brief description: 

A Shoshone elder, a powwow princess, and an Arapaho journalist discover their true purpose on the Wind River Indian Reservation as they seek lost sacred objects, collected from their ancestors long ago and boxed away in vast underground archives.

View the official trailer here: What Was Ours (Official Trailer) from Alpheus Media.

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Scheduled broadcasts of Uranium: Twisting the Dragon's Tail:
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