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Filmed with a 1924 hand-crank Cine-Kodak camera, Shaman Trail Scout 'Coyote' takes a journey which transcends time, from Inwood Park (where the island was traded for beads and booze), down a native trail (now 'Broadway'), into lower Manhattan (sacred burial ground, now including the newest natives of this island empire).

Shot before, during and after 9/11, 'Native New Yorker' took several years of filming, with a present running length of 13 minutes. This is a film by Steve Bilich with an original score composed by William Susman.

What people are saying:

"The ultimate experimental film... shot before, during and after 9/11"

"A major mini-masterpiece"

"A profound work"