A Navajo shepherdess perseveres despite extreme drought in this poetic short film about a rapidly vanishing way of life.
Q&A to follow screening
Katie Falkenberg is an independent filmmaker and photographer based in Southern Oregon. She is a Pulitzer Prize finalist in Feature Photography for her body of work, “Motherhood in the Time of Zika,” and a recipient of the Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award for Domestic Photography, for her work following three families after the Great Recession. She has been named Multimedia Photographer of the Year by both Pictures of the Year International (POYi), and the National Press Photographers Association (NPPA), and two of her short films have been named Official Honorees in the Webby Awards, as well as screened at multiple film festivals around the country. When not working, she can be found surfing, fly- fishing, or painting.