A Snapshot in Time

Dustinn Craig

2009, 10:21 minutes, colour, English


As an 8-year old boy Dustinn Craig went on a family trip from Whiteriver Arizona to Apache Oklahoma so his great grandfather could visit childhood friends and community for the first time in over 50 years. Through the memories of his parents, Dustinn learns of the choice his grandfather made as a young adult in the 1930’s to leave his Oklahoma community behind, to return to the aboriginal lands of his birth. The significance of this choice is realized through understanding a few quiet moments captured in family snapshots taken at a graveyard in Fort Sill where many Chiricahua Prisoners of War are buried.

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