D.C. Navajo

Shonie De La Rosa

2007, 09:56 minutes, colour, English


A short film about a graphic artist trying to collect his pay from the Navajo Nation Washington, D.C. office.

This film was written by Melissa Henry of Red Ant Films and Directed by Shonie De La Rosa of Sheephead Films. It was shot in one day and edited in two.

This film made front page headlines in the newspaper in the 4 corners region because Navajo Nation President Joe Shirley JR got really upset about its content.�

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