A documentary following three generations of Taos artists. Directed by Kelly Byars, this film has been supported by ITVS and the National Endowment for the Humanities
A four-part docuseries that tells the stories of bordertown violence in communities surrounding the Navajo Nation. Supported by funding by ITVS, Vision Maker Media and the 4th World Media Lab
A documentary about Chicana activist and photographer Maria Varela, whose work with SNCC in the 1960's remains groundbreaking but unseen.
The story of Navajo Marine Donavon Barney commissioned by WNED - Buffalo/Toronto PBS.
Every Monday night in the small community of Shiprock, New Mexico, a group of young Navajo leaders meet to decide how they will help their community. For more than seven years, the Northern Diné Youth Committee has worked to give youth opportunities to directly make changes within their community. But while the NDYC works to make changes, many members also consider their own futures, commitments to family and the world outside of the Shiprock.
Young Brittany Tsosie struggles to finish high school but finds her passion in the media.
A narrative and documentary hybrid film which follows the work of Diné artist James King Wollenshirt and the production of his painting, "Hidden Talents."
There are three things in life that Opal Shorty loves: her bike, Grandma's mutton stew, and Charles Bronson movies. But when the sanctity of her summer is threatened by the town bully and his NO GIRLS ALLOWED restrictions, Opal is forced to rise to the occasion and take him down!
After 37 years of living in the city, artist B. Emerson Kitsman learns how difficult life can be on the reservation. But, through her art she learns how to bridge the gap.
Helena and Nelson Bitsilly have been making the arduous journey up and down the Chuska Mountains with their herd of sheep for decades. This year's journey could be the last one.