However Wide the Sky: Places of Power

However Wide the Sky: Places of Power

The history and spirituality of the Indigenous People of the American Southwest are deeply rooted in the Land. Since the beginning of time, they have been stewards and protectors of their home lands, past and present. These places intimately connect the People and their beliefs to the natural world. No place is ever abandoned, the landscape is forever living. This is their story, of the Land and who they are.

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Defending the Fire is nominated for a regional Emmy

Defending the Fire is nominated for a regional Emmy

Pamela Pierce – Producer
Lisa Lucas – Associate Producer
Matthew Martinez, Ohkay Owingeh – Historian, Associate Producer
Jhane Myers, Comanche/Blackfeet – Associate Producer
Maura Dhu Studi – Writer, Associate Producer
David Aubrey – Director

Power of Place

Power of Place

This project’s purpose is to educate those in and out of New Mexico, including elected officials and non-Native Americans, about the urgency to protect tribal lands. The project includes a network-worthy documentary film as well as student and teacher filmmaking workshops. Always, the message is: All land is sacred.