SLCC film students share their documentary works, including Origins of Conversion Therapy and Indigenous Stewardship and Great Salt Lake. Plus, Krieg Benally of Neon Natives.
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SLCC FIlm Professor Tyler Smith and film students share the documentary films they made this semester, including:
Conversion [a work-in-progress documentary]. This film dives deep into an unknown world as it explores the unsettling truth of conversion therapy programs on campuses throughout the state, as well as survivors' stories of the lingering effects of the controversial practice. Student Filmmakers: Toby Simmons, Sean Leonard, and Chris Ellis.
Diverted: Indigenous Stewardship and Saving The Great Salt Lake. The Great Salt Lake is a natural wonder that is disappearing before our very eyes. With efforts for indigenous stewardship to nonprofit preservation, we explore the profound effects of the Great Salt Lake and what it means if it fades away forever. Student Filmmakers: Kolby Butts, Valene Peratrovich, and McCaulee Blackburn.
As we close out Native American Heritage Month were are featuring local musician Neon Nativez, aka Krieg Benally. Neon Nativez is a member of the Diné and San Carlos Apache Nations, as well as an artist/producer featured in the Hear Utah Music catalog.
Hear Utah Music: Stream or download Hózhó by Neon Nativez
Hear Utah Music: Stream or download Rezilience by Neon Nativez
Dec. 15: HUM open call deadline, in celebration of Native American Heritage Month. Artists selected to be a part of the collection will receive an honorarium ($200 for LP, $100 for EP). The call is open to original music (traditional music is also welcome as long as it is not under copyright). A community jury of Native musicians will work alongside Library staff to select music for the collection. To submit your music, visit hum.slcpl.org/submit, by Dec. 15th! "We are honoring Native American Heritage Month with an open call for submissions highlighting Native and Indigenous Nations and voices in our area –– this includes the land currently called Utah and any reservations along the border. The HUM call for submissions is open to recordings released in the last 10 years.
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