Il deserto del New Mexico un paesaggio affascinante con montagne sacre, canyon dalla rocce rosse e vasti altopiani aridi. In questo film il regista John Grabowska e lo scrittore indiano Kiowa N. Land Scott Momaday interpretano il mito la bellezza e il potere evocativo di un territorio sacro dell'Ovest Americano.
Nelle loro menti ritorna spesso una domanda: "riusciremo mai a vedere questo straordinario territorio come una comunità a cui apparteniamo?"
Environmental filmmaker John Grabowska has produced films from the subarctic to the subtropics. His films have won awards at festivals around the world and have been broadcast nationally in the USA as prime time specials on PBS. He has been a guest lecturer at the National Geographic Society, the Smithsonian Institution National Museum of Natural History and several universities, and has led environmental media workshops in Argentina and Panama.
The Ends of the Earth
Natural History filmmaker John Grabowska specializes in films on the American West and the Alaskan wilderness. He has been a guest lecturer at the National Geographic Society and the Smithsonian Institution, led environmental media workshops in Argentina and Panama and co-founded of the American Conservation Film Festival. Grabowska works frequently with actress Meryl Streep and the American Indian writer N. Scott Momaday. In a 2005 profile The Washington Post called him "one of the virtuoso environmental filmmakers in the country."