Directed by Oklahoma’s Sundance winning filmmaker Sterlin Harjo, This May Be The Last Time is the story of Muscogee Creek and Seminole hymns, a unique style of singing that blended European music with plantation gospels and indigenous music to create America’s first original music. Travelling through rural southeastern Oklahoma to uncover the stories of these songs, Harjo weaves in the mystery of his grandfather’s disappearance to uncover the people who have kept the hymns alive, helping shape the modern world as we know it. Film Length 95 min.

Director: Sterlin Harjo

Producers: Sterlin Harjo, Matt Leach, Christina King, Vincent LoVoi, Michael Mason

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