1. TM700 Native 50P Manual Focus


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    • Hunted - Gordon Pinkerton - Ringling Thesis 2011


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      This is my senior film from Ringling College of Art and Design. It all starts when a naive native tribesman wanders into a hunter's campsite... Everything, from initial story to final compositing, was created by me. Thanks for viewing and I hope you enjoy it! Check out other awesome shorts from Ringling here: www.vimeo.com/channels/ringling2011

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      • Native TM700 50p Manual focus


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        • Faces of Temuan's


          from Amirul Hilmi Ariffin / Added

          133 Plays / / 2 Comments

          The Temuan are the third largest tribe of the nineteen Orang Asli people groups living in Peninsular Malaysia. The government categorizes them under the Aboriginal Malay (officially called Proto-Malay) subgroup. The Temuan are physically indistinguishable from Malays. They are very much influenced by the culture of the Malay people with whom they frequently come into contact. In the past, they were basically rural peasants. They grew some subsistence crops, hunted and gathered in nearby forests, and fished in rivers. To get cash for food, cigarettes, clothing, and tools, they tapped rubber, collected forest produce, sold fruit, and did occasional wage labor.

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          • Aqua Wellness


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            Sanft bewegt... Auf Händen getragen... ... mit einer sanften Massage... ... sicher und geborgen... Gönnen Sie sich dieses wunderbare Erlebnis! Hans-Georg Kober www.nativebodywork.de freude24@gmx.de

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            • Finding D-QU: The Lonely Struggle of California's only Tribal College


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              Synopsis Documentary Short (2010) - Directed by Chris Newman In 2005, D-Q University, California’s only tribal college, was shut down after a 35-year struggle. Since then, the school’s board of trustees, past students, and community members have tried to reopen the school against all odds. Finding D-QU looks at the often-conflictive relationship between the board and the property’s illegal occupants. This current struggle frames the history of the school, beginning with its establishment in the midst of 1960s civil rights activism and outlines its original vision as a space for self-determined higher education. The film provides a lens in which we can critically examine the wider American Indian movement toward self-determination and sovereignty in its historical context and as it exists today. Reviews "Finding D-QU speaks powerfully and visually to a dream that has been persistently deferred--self-determined higher education by and for Native Americans." - Renee Tajima-Peña, Oscar Nominated Filmmaker "With a poetic eye, Newman chronicles the history and dissolution of D-Q University, a bold experiment in pan-tribal education. In addition to interviewing today's student leaders, Alcatraz veterans, and tribal board members, Newman has researched archival footage to show poignantly what's been lost. His elegy for a dream, FINDING D-QU is a testament to solidarity and the quest for Native learning, culture, and dignity." - B. Ruby Rich, Film Critic "This short film raises some complex questions about D-Q University...one of the untold stories of tribal education and occupation...finally revealed in the short but meaningful film "Finding D-QU." - Jack David Eller, Anthropology Review Database Screenings (2010) Slamdance Film Festival, Park City, Utah, World Premiere Davis Film Festival, Davis, California Sacramento International Film Festival, Sacramento, California Humboldt Film Festival, Humboldt, California (Documentary Finalist) Santa Cruz Film Festival, Santa Cruz, California Cine Las Americas International Film Festival, Austin, Texas DocMiami International Film Festival, Miami, Florida (Nominated: Best Doc Short 2010) San Francisco Frozen Film Festival, San Francisco, California American Indian Film Festival, San Francisco, California Society for Visual Anthropology Film, Video and Interactive Media Festival, New Orleans, Louisiana Distributed by Third World Newsreel

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              • Travis Owens, What makes you Cherokee?


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                • Eurockéennes x Schlep


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                  www.eurockeennes.fr www.schlep.fr

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                  • Roads-Art First Beat On Native Maschine


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                    First beat I made on the Maschine, just a little chopping and quick drum pattern.. www.roadsart202.com

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                    • REEL INJUN trailer


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                      REEL INJUN: Cree filmmaker Neil Diamond takes an entertaining and insightful look at the Hollywood Indian, exploring the portrayal of North American Natives through a century of cinema. Travelling through the heartland of America, Diamond looks at how the myth of “the Injun” has influenced the world’s understanding – and misunderstanding – of Natives. With clips from hundreds of classic and recent films, and candid interviews with celebrated Native and non-Native directors, writers, actors and activists, including Clint Eastwood, Robbie Robertson, Sacheen Littlefeather, John Trudell and Russell Means, REEL INJUN traces the evolution of cinema’s depiction of Native people from the silent film era to today, only to find the future of Native cinema in the unlikeliest of places – Canada’s North.

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