Lost Travelers

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Living deep in the forest, three mushrooms, Owen, Agaric, and Virgo went out scavenging for supplies. While out in the woods, they encounter a glowing light in the distance and decide to investigate. They chase the light and make an amazing discovery.

Nightmare Therapy

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Bad decisions and worse nightmares send an arrogant stage director on a downward spiral as he struggles to get his new theater production off the ground and maintain his relationship.

A Brood of Vipers

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A strange visitor struggles to understand as he attempts to challenge a rather unusual class about spirituality, ran by a renowned writer named Shaman Joe.

NT3

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A man gets lost in a strange empty theater where it slowly becomes apparent that logic doesn’t apply there.

The Chichi: A Dakota Narrative

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A Dakota boy yearns to hunt despite his young age. In doing so he realizes traditions are to be respected, and neglecting teachings can lead to dire circumstances. Narrated in Dakota

Dry Hand

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In an inhospitable and barren place in Santiago de Chile, a figure with the ability to create life rises from the earth, gradually creating vegetation. Her curiosity leads her to a ruined structure, when she enters and walks through the place, she comes across a small building that emerges from the ground. As time passes […]

Reel NDNS

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Through a play on the saying “real indian,” the 2009 film Reel Injun, and a look at North American Indigenous people, “NDNs,” specific to the Midwest, Reel NDNS, takes a look at Indian stereotypes and snapshots of contemporary Indigenous life.

Game Night

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A girl who lost her zest for life is launched into a series of games against a menacing figure.

Toccata and Fugue

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Luis, a dancer and classical ballet teacher, experiences a connection between himself and dance despite his old age.

Zombie Garden

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It’s a zombie film about teenage characters getting lost, where they find kids and zombies.

If These Trees Could Talk

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( also known as Environmental Art,) created by student artists from Cuba high school in Northern New Mexico. The theme of this Art Installation is honoring and inspired by Native American Heritage and nature. These student artists express themselves through their original artwork and each piece is a representation that personally conveys its own story.

Pinwel Tah

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A documentary about native language preservation form the perspective of a native Northern Tiwa language speaker.

We Shall Overcome: Taa Shi ‘anisht’eego T’eiya’adoolniit

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This documentary film features two high school students residing in To’Hajiilee, New Mexico, about 32 miles west of Albuquerque. Students share their struggles as young adults and with the support of family, friends, and teachers/staff, they learn skills on how to overcome some of the challenges and learn about themselves, what it means to flourish […]

The Sound of Drums

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The film is about a Cree Indian kid, named Rye. Rye is trying to find what he loves. Rye used to dance Pow Wow when he was a kid and it made him really happy. As he grew up, he slowly drifted from this passion. After seeing a man taking photos of the mountains while […]

The Book

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Filmed with a very small group of kids, the team came up with the concept and created their product start to finish.

The NACA-ning

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This film, a mystery/comedy, intends to be filmed in a narrative fashion with NACA Indigital Storytellers film equipment. The film concept is about a rumor spreading mystery social media account disrupting the school social environment to a climactic confrontation. Who’s behind the account? What are the accounts intentions? The film intends to find out who […]

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