Alum filmmaker Shaandiin Tome turns her lens to Native people
Alum filmmaker Shaandiin Tome turns her lens to Native people and tells the coming-of-age story of a 13-year-old member of Northern California’s Karuk tribe.
Tome is now an acclaimed filmmaker who is also winning success as an indigenous cinematographer and director. She graduated from The University of New Mexico in 2015 with a bachelor of fine arts degree in film and digital media production.
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Shaandiin is a filmmaker based in Albuquerque, New Mexico.Born and raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Paris is a compositor at Lucasfilm’s Industrial Light and a Magic (ILM) in San Francisco.
Award-winning Diné/Navajo filmmaker (The Trails Before Us), 2023 4th World Fellow, and UNM Film alumni Fritiz...