The Woodcarvers: Shaping Worlds
Two Indigenous woodcarvers explore their international collaboration to creatively find balance when charged with creating a building that should be both Maori and Coast Salish.
Jeff Barehand is an enrolled citizen of the Gila River Indian Community of Arizona. He studied at the Studio Theatre Acting Conservatory in Washington, D.C. and filmmaking at the American Indian Arts Institute's intensive filmmaking workshop sponsored by ABC/Disney. He is a founding member of the non-profit Olympia Film Collective, a South Sound premiere filmmaking hub. He is co-owner of Sky Bear Media, producing media for Tribes, Native organizations, and Tribal youth programs. He is a Sundance Native Lab fellow and the current Board Chair of Red Eagle Soaring, Seattle's only Native youth theatre program.
- Director: Jeff Barehand
- Premiere Status: World
- Country: USA
- Year: 2018
- Running Time: 7 minutes
- Language: English
- Format: DCP
This film is playing as a part of Fly Filmmaking Challenge
Six filmmakers across Washington State were challenged to create a short documentary about an artist and their lens of creativity.