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Agave is Life
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directed by Meredith Dreiss, fl. 2008 and David Brown, fl. 2014; produced by Meredith Dreiss, fl. 2008, Archeo Productions (London, England: Royal Anthropological Institute, 2014), 1 hour
Agave is Life is a documentary film about mankind’s 10,000 year-long symbiotic alliance with the marvelous agave plant, from which tequila, Mexico’s iconic distilled spirit, is derived. The documentary takes viewers back to a time when hunter-gatherers relied on the agave plant as a source of food, drink, shel...
directed by Meredith Dreiss, fl. 2008 and David Brown, fl. 2014; produced by Meredith Dreiss, fl. 2008, Archeo Productions (London, England: Royal Anthropological Institute, 2014), 1 hour
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Woven Ways
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directed by Linda Helm Krapf, fl. 2008; produced by Linda Helm Krapf, fl. 2008 (Berkeley, CA: Berkeley Media, 2009), 49 mins
Filmed amid the dramatic landscapes of the Navajo reservation lands in eastern Arizona and western New Mexico, this multifaceted documentary incisively explores the profound relationships between the Navajo people, their land, and their livestock, and illustrates how their environment sustains their traditional cu...
directed by Linda Helm Krapf, fl. 2008; produced by Linda Helm Krapf, fl. 2008 (Berkeley, CA: Berkeley Media, 2009), 49 mins
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Grab
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directed by Billy Luther, fl. 2007-2014; produced by Billy Luther, fl. 2007-2014, Vision Maker Media, Native American Public Telecommunications and World of Wonder (Lincoln, NE: Vision Maker Media, 2011), 56 mins
Indian Giver Redefined. Grab is an intimate portrait of the little-documented Grab Day in the villages of the Laguna Pueblo Tribe, who annually throw water and food items from the rooftop of a home to people standing below them. A community-wide prayer of abundance, thanks and renewal, Grab Day exists at the inter...
directed by Billy Luther, fl. 2007-2014; produced by Billy Luther, fl. 2007-2014, Vision Maker Media, Native American Public Telecommunications and World of Wonder (Lincoln, NE: Vision Maker Media, 2011), 56 mins
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Odyssey, The Chaco Legacy
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written by Graham Chedd, fl. 1973; directed by Graham Chedd, fl. 1973; produced by Graham Chedd, fl. 1973, in Odyssey (Watertown, MA: Documentary Educational Resources (DER), 1980), 59 mins
In 1849, a U.S. Army expedition in New Mexico came upon the first monumental stone ruins ever discovered in North America. By the 1920s, excavations had revealed the remains of a remarkable community, constructed entirely of mortarless masonry, which flourished nine hundred years ago in the Chaco Canyon.
written by Graham Chedd, fl. 1973; directed by Graham Chedd, fl. 1973; produced by Graham Chedd, fl. 1973, in Odyssey (Watertown, MA: Documentary Educational Resources (DER), 1980), 59 mins
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