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Through Navajo Eyes

A fascinating collection of half a dozen short, silent films, all made by Navajo men and women of different ages about their own everyday lives in Pine Springs, Arizona, in 1966. This project was launched by two anthropologists, Sol Worth and John Adair, who published a book on the subject (with the same title) in 1972. Part of their plan was to give as little instruction as possible to the Navajo about how to use the 16-millimeter camera equipment; in many cases the results strikingly parallel some of the procedures followed in experimental films.

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