If I Had Wings to Fly

Watch or download the film from the download page.

Kazoo Films’ award winning original project, If I Had Wings to Fly, is a narrative feature film exploring and celebrating traditional music, dance and storytelling in Western North Carolina, as well as the joys and sorrows of being young and directionless anywhere.

These 2010 interviews shed some good light on the project:

Interview from the Cherokee Scout

Interview from The Blind Pig and the Acorn

If I Had Wings to Fly won first prize at the 2012 Appalachian Film Festival. It was also honored with the awards “Best Feature Film” and “Best Experimental Feature” at the 2012 Colorado Film Awards and Indie Gathering, respectively.

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The official premiere in June 2012 in Asheville, NC.

DVDs, posters, and a complete download are now available by donation!

One Reply to “If I Had Wings to Fly”

  1. we are hosting a film festival (exhibition only) next month at Gardner-Webb University and would love to screen your film. The film fest is part of the Southern App Culture Series and Cherokee Academic Conference. Please let me know if you have an interest. Noel Manning ([email protected])

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