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United States / 2017 / Drama / English / Digital / 16X9 / 14 minutes / Stereo
OFFICIAL SELECTION: 2018 Kanatsiohareke Haudenosaunee Film Festival - Fonda, NY
OFFICIAL SELECTION: 2018 Indianer Inuit: Das Nordamerika Filmfestival – Stuttgart , Germany
OFFICIAL SELECTION: 2017 First Nations Film and Video Festival – Chicago, IL
SUMMARY: "This cinematic short film with indigenous actors of the Seneca, Oneida and Mohawk Nations revolves around the profound and problematic relationship between a single father, James, and his farming parents. Alienation and lack of understanding come to light, when James has to announce news about a new job."
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DVD BONUS CONTENT
Behind the Scenes - Unearthed - This short clip shows what happens behind the camera during film production.
Auditions & Location Scouting - Unearthed - This clip shows actor auditions along with a peek into the film set at The Gathering Place Farm in Morrisville, New York.
<Ancient Knowledge to the Future> - a film by Terry Jones
United States / 2012 / Experimental-Performance / 4 minutes / stereo
OFFICIAL SELECTION: 2012 Student Experimental Film Festival (SEFF) - Binghamton University
SUMMARY: This video performance piece features Terry Jones as he uses Iroquois white corn as a metaphor for the ancient knowledge that is lost for subsequent generations.
FILMMAKER INTERVIEW - <Ancient Knowledge to the Future> premiered at the 2012 Student Experimental Film Festival at Binghamton University. In this six-minute interview, Terry Jones shares what influenced him to make this film and other perspectives on filmmaking.
Epitaph - a film by Terry Jones
United States / 2012 / Documentary / 2 minutes / stereo
SUMMARY: As part of a high school English assignment, students were asked to write a poem they would want on their tombstone. This short documentary visualizes what the filmmaker, then seventeen years old, envisioned as his personal epitaph.