Silver Bullet Productions conducted a week-long filmmaking workshop for Pueblo of Sandia students, aged 17 to adult. The goals were to teach skills necessary for Sandia to create films that help preserve their native language and to provide equipment that allows future filmmaking on issues unique and private for Sandia.
Silver Bullet Productions returned to Ohkay Owingeh Pueblo to support the 6th grade film crew’s interview of Lt. Governor Matthew Martinez on the topic of PowWow’s impact on community and culture. What an honor to work along side this young and energetic film crew!
At the end of July 2017, Silver Bullet Productions, with the teaching support of David Aubrey, had the great pleasure of teaching a film making workshop for the cultural leaders and teachers in the Jicarilla Apache Nation. The adults and students learned interviewing, film making, and editing to secure their culture through oral histories.
On March 20-21, 2015, SBP led a filmmaking workshop for students at the Pueblo of Pojoaque. The participants wrote, directed, and filmed an original short film about a tribal student torn between school and Pueblo commitments.
Pueblo of Nambé students participated in a filmmaking and writing workshop on July 17-18, 2014. The students wrote a screenplay on being there for a friend in need and acted, directed, and filmed their story.
SBP conducted workshops with Walatowa Charter High School students on the Pueblo of Jemez on May 14-15, 2013. The students and faculty were immersed in learning filmmaking, writing, acting and direction, and the students created their own film on healthy decision making.