Throughout the night, fans had been tweeting their photos from the event - these have been rounded-up for easy viewing on Facebook.
Unsurprisingly, initial reactions of the film have been positive - an encouraging sign for many of us who have to wait a little bit longer to see the film on the big screen.
Local Syracuse publications have already written about the star-studded event. Please visit them below to read their their accounts of the night:
Syracuse University Athletics - Hollywood stars and local dignitaries turned out for the world premiere of “Crooked Arrows” on Wednesday, May 9 at the Crouse Hinds Theater at the OnCenter in Syracuse. Following a red carpet show, a sold-out audience watched the film, which focuses on a Native American high school lacrosse team to honor the origins of the sport of lacrosse in the Native American community.
Syracuse.com (read a cast interview) - When [Neal] Powless welcomed the cast and crew to the stage the nearly sold-out theater erupted in cheers and applause as they rose to their feet to give the group a standing ovation.
YNN - The movie already has support from native communities and fans of the sport. Those involved with the project say it has something for everyone.