Link to short film: “Paddle and Anvil: a Piipaash Pottery Tradition” by Digital Preserve

So proud to say the short film I worked on: “Paddle and Anvil: a Piipaash Pottery Tradition” premiered on Thursday at the Heard Museum in Phoenix to a standing room only crowd and ended with a standing ovation.

Truly a humbling experience and easily one of my proudest accomplishments. Steven Yazzie is a generous collaborator and a wonderful friend. Thanks Steve, Digital Preserve and the Heard Museum!

Here’s a link to the full video ( eighteen minutes) on the front page of the Digital Preserve site, and a couple of shots from the Premier. Hope there will be more to report about this film soon.

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~ by 15wattLasVegas on February 13, 2016.

5 Responses to “Link to short film: “Paddle and Anvil: a Piipaash Pottery Tradition” by Digital Preserve”

  1. The movie is wonderful. I’m so glad I was able to be there for the premiere. Getting to see and hear Ron Carlos’ story and to meet him in person was a privilege. Congratulations to you and the crew!

  2. Couldn’t have done it with out you JB! Thanks for posting

  3. Seriously could not have done it with out you, Sir Steven j. Yazzie

  4. Ahem, cheers to the both of you! -Digital Preserve Management

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