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Featured Film:
5th World
Blackhorse Lowe
(Navajo)
Blackhorse Lowe (Navajo) grew up on the Navajo reservation in Nenahnezad, New Mexico, before moving to Mesa, Arizona, where he has been making short films for the past three years. His debut was at Sundance in 2004 with Shush, a hard-hitting short drama set on the Navajo Reservation, which went on to screen widely at festivals in the US and Canada. Lowe's first feature, 5th World, premiered at Sundance in 2005. He is currently researching his next feature film, with an all-Navajo language script, about his grandmother's life as a young woman. Members of his family have been active participants in his productions, and are often cast as the actors.
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