Jack Riccobono

documentary filmmaker

Documentary filmmaker; director of The Seventh Fire

Jack Riccobono on KCRW

The documentary  The Seventh Fire  provides an unflinching look at rampant poverty and drug use in Pine Point, Minnesota, a hardscrabble village within the White Earth Indian…

Director Jack Riccobono and producer Chris Eyre on 'The Seventh Fire'

The documentary The Seventh Fire  provides an unflinching look at rampant poverty and drug use in Pine Point, Minnesota, a hardscrabble village within the White Earth Indian…

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