This is the trailer to my latest film. Telling the story of the music of the Yuman language tribes along the Colorado River and how the songs connect us, through story, language and history. See how for the first time singers from the different tribes come together to discuss the meanings of the different songs and how today its being forgotten.

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Comment by Daniel Golding on January 5, 2011 at 11:06am
Thanks Charles for the nice comments.  Keep me posted on any projects you're working on.  I just received R&D Funding for my latest project on linguist J.P. Harrington, which I hope to get started next month.  Hopefully I'll have a trailer for that soon.  Let me know of any festival or screening venues in OK.  I'm not to familiar with Oklahoma.  I've only been there once to Aden, Chickasaw Multimedia.  They helped me do an online of the hour version of Waila! Making the People Happy.  Happy New Year!
Comment by Charles Boots Kennedye on January 3, 2011 at 3:49pm
Hey Daniel, my name is Boots Kennedye, I'm from the Kiowa Tribe in Oklahoma 2008 Workshopper. I liked your trailer. I definitely know the improtance of preserving cultural traditions and languages. I work with for local PBS affilate here in OKC. I'm the only native here and the only one who pushes or these types of stories. It makes me feel good that there are others out there like me. Well done! I hope to see your film in its entirety sometime:) Thanks!
Comment by Daniel Golding on November 16, 2010 at 11:44am
Hey everyone Just uploading a short trailer for my latest film, Song of the Colorado. I'm doing a community screening dec 11 at the Quechan Community Center here on the reservation. Please check it out and let me know what you think.

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