A collection of news and information related to Russell Means published by this site and its partners.
Displaying items 1-8 of 8 » View latimes.com items only
FrameworkThe 40th anniversary of the Wounded Knee occupation is Feb. 27. Photographer Jim Hubbard was there and gave us this account of those days covering the event for United Press International: During the cold of winter in late February 1973, UPI dispatched me...
Russell Means, who gained international notoriety as one of the leaders of the 71-day armed occupation of Wounded Knee in South Dakota in 1973 and continued to be an outspoken champion of American Indian rights after launching a career as an actor in...
Culture MonsterCulture Clash's "Oh, Wild West!" publishes its trilogy of California plays, "Chavez Ravine," "Zorro in Hell!" and "Water & Power," in one volume....
A gentle, honest and shrewdly realized film such as "Tiger Eyes," based on the 1981 Judy Blume novel, shouldn't have to fight for a moviegoer's attention or an exhibitor's screens (it opens at a single Chicago-area theater this weekend). But it's worth...
VarietyLike the much-beloved kid lit of its source author, "Tiger Eyes," the first proper film adaptation of a Judy Blume novel, is effectively tailored to a very specific target viewer. For a certain type of contemplative teen girl, its sensitive handling of...
Tags: Entertainment, Amy Jo Johnson, Movies
Countdown to Halloween: five days. I don't like wearing costumes, I'm not into haunted houses, candy corn is too sweet, and I prefer pumpkin pie to pumpkin carvings. But I do like horror movies — just not the kind with umpteen sequels. I saw...
Tags: Holidays, WPP Group Plc, Woody Harrelson, Music, Sandra Bullock
SIOUX FALLS — Russell Means never shunned attention. Whether leading Native Americans in railing against broken federal treaties, appearing in a Hollywood blockbuster or advocating a sovereign American Indian nation within U.S. borders, the activist...
Tags: Social Issues, Larry Flynt, Government, United Nations, FBI
VarietyDocumentaries that revolve around trials often pose problems of presentation, particularly if they involve larger issues. "Holy Man," Jennifer Jessum and Simon Joseph's film about a revered Lakota medicine man wrongfully sentenced to almost 25 years...
Tags: Entertainment, FBI, Documentary (genre), Judges, Movies
Feb 27, 2013 | Los Angeles Times
Oct 23, 2012 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Aug 2, 2011 | Los Angeles Times
Jun 6, 2013 |Column| Chicago Tribune
Jun 6, 2013 |Story| Tribune Media Services
Oct 25, 2012 |Column| Orlando Sentinel
Oct 22, 2012 |Story| Aberdeen News
Aug 15, 2012 |Story| Tribune Media Services
Original site for Russell Means topic gallery.