Deep West Videos feature first hand stories rooted in the values of life on the land in first-hand stories of the people of the rural West, living their daily lives on the land. With the tools of digital communication in hand, our filmmakers make simple productions that are relevant, everyday stories of rural life and its values. (Notes Included) Introduced at the 2011 National Cowboy Poetry Gathering, the 2011 Deep West Videos DVD includes:
It's Time for Dandelion Wine, by Madeline Graham Blake of Dorris, CA; Honoring the Cowboys, by Cherie Ann Cloudt of Carrizozo, NM; On to Higher Ground: Preserving our Past for Our Present, by Gwendolyn Trice of Enterprise, OR; Silent as the Sun, Free as the Wind, by John Hill of Reno, NV; A Shocking Tale, by Cindi Nash of Spring Creek, NV; Last Lifetime Owner, by Leslie David Schwabacher of Tres Pinos, CA; Storm Feeding, by Ginger Teig Voelker of Genoa, NV; Ray and Shirley: A Rocky Mountain Tale, by Kier Atherton of Trego, MT; Astronomers & Sheepherders, by Frank Kanig of Spanish Fork, UT.
A Deep West Recording produced by the Western Folklife Center.