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Native New Yorker

4.5/5 (3)  IMDb 8.5/10 (30) SD 13 minutes

This silent documentary with an original score was filmed through the eye of a 1924 hand-crank spring-wound Cine-Kodak camera. This film features Terry 'Coyote' Murphy representing the Native American influence of the isle of Manhattan. Coyote, a Shaman Trail Scout, takes a journey which transcends time, weaving from Inwood Park (where the island was traded for beads& booze), down a long native path (now called'the great white way', more commonly known as'Broadway'), to the lower reaches of Manhattan into'ground zero' (which is now a sacred burial ground for not just the American Indian& the slaves of yesteryear, but for the newest natives of this island empire as well)."Native New Yorker" - shot before, during and after 9/11 - took several years of filming, with a running time of 13 minutes this is a film by Steve Bilich with an original score composed by William Susman.

history, short
William Susman
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