Mesa Verde: Legacy Of Stone And Spirit

Item No: 28365

$ 24.00

  • Sheltered from the centuries, the Mesa Verde Cliff Dwellings cling to sandstone ledges as if clinging to another time. These stone villages serve as our best window into the world of the ancient Puebloans. What happened here? Discover the fascinating story of Ancient America and the pueblo builders who made this remote, high plateau their home so long ago. This is an essential film for understanding the history and heritage of the modern Pueblo people.

    • Format: DVD
    • Director: Gray Warriner
    • Studio: Camera One
    • Release Date: 1997
    • Run Time: 24 minutes
  • Gray Warriner is a documentary filmmaker with the studio Camera One. Warriner has filmed all around the world and has produced programs for the Smithsonian Institution and was the first Director of Photography for the PBS series Travels with Rick Steves. The International Television and Video Association has given him the Special Achievement in Cinematography Award and, regionally, he has won the Best of the Northwest for the Pacific Northwest/Northern California Region. Warriner also produces and presents adventure/travel programs to audiences across the United States and Canada
  • Mesa Verde is not only one of America's most important parks preserving the prehistoric past, it is a United Nations World Heritage Site; a world park. It is a place that transcends international boundaries as well as time. Crafted in stoned and hidden by protecting cliffs is a vital link in the story of human striving and accomplishment: a Legacy of Stone and Spirit. This is the orientation film that is played in the Chapin Mesa Archeological Museum in Mesa Verde National Park.
  • At Shumakolowa Native Arts we are proud to offer rare and hard-to-find documentaries and movies that celebrates Native American and Pueblo culture, history and art. Our selection of films has been carefully curated by our team of experts to inspire and provide insight into these unique art forms.
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