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Doing the Sheep Good

Screening on Saturday, 10/19, at 12 pm.

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Doing the Sheep Good

Teresa Montoya
2013 | 26 minutes | U.S.
Director in Attendance

Doing the Sheep Good, by Teresa Montoya, charts the life of the films and photographs in the series “Navajo Film Themselves," made by Navajo youth who were taught to use cameras as part of a 1966 experiment by two anthropologists, as they are about to be repatriated to their community.

Co-presented by New York University's Program in Culture and Media, Department of Anthropology and Film and Video Center, Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian

Plays with A Kiss for Gabriela and Tonto Plays Himself

Part of the Emerging Visual Anthropologists Showcase

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