Written on the Landscape: Mysteries Beyond Chaco Canyon

“This film is a journey not only through history but through the very soul of a land and its people.”
–Robert Redford

WRITTEN ON THE LANDSCAPE: MYSTERIES BEYOND CHACO CANYON
FILM PREMIERE SCREENINGS
SANTA FE. ALBUQUERQUE. DURANGO.

WRITTEN ON THE LANDSCAPE movie poster

SANTA FE JUNE 7 6:00 PMWritten on the Landscape Screening
Immediately following Christopher Beaver, the film’s editor and co-writer, will be in conversation with Paul Barnes, CCA Artistic Advisor, and answer audience questions. (Due to a prior commitment Anna Sofaer will not be in attendance.)
Center for Contemporary Arts, CCA, 1050 Old Pecos Trail. Tickets available here.

SPECIAL EVENT! [SOLD OUT]
Producer Anna Sofaer and The Solstice Project will host the Premiere Screening of Written on the Landscape followed by a Food & Wine Reception, at which Anna, the Solstice film team, and Puebloan film participants will be in conversation with the audience. Center for Contemporary Arts.


SANTA FE JUNE 9Chaco‘s Story Speaks to Us Today: Panel Conversations

10 am-noon: How Vast the Chaco World: Seeing and Creating from Above
1 pm-3 pm: Tropics to Desert: Power in the Land and ‘Roads’
4 pm-6 pm: Chaco a Center of Dualities — Sun and Moon, Light and Dark: Learning from and Protecting Chaco
Center for Contemporary Arts, CCA, 1050 Old Pecos Trail. Exodus Space.
No tickets required, seating will be first come, first seated. RSVP here to indicate your attendance at these panels.

The Center for Contemporary Arts will screen Written on the Landscape, The Sun Dagger, and The Mystery of Chaco Canyon, throughout the week, June 7 – June 13. Please visit CCA’s website for times and details.

durango-june 7Written on the Landscape Premiere Screening
Immediately followed by a presentation and audience Q&A with Producer Anna Sofaer, and film team members, Petuuche Gilbert, Rich Friedman, and Rob Weiner.
Concert Hall, Fort Lewis College, 1000 Rim Drive, Durango.
Free admission, no tickets required.

ABQ-june 14Written on the Landscape Premiere Screening
Immediately followed by a presentation and audience Q&A with Anna Sofaer and Petuuche Gilbert from the Pueblo of Acoma. Preregistration is encouraged. Co-sponsored by the New Mexico Academy of Science.
New Mexico Museum of Natural History, 1801 Mountain Rd NW Albuquerque, NM 87104 Tickets, $8, are available here.

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Brian Vallo, Governor of Acoma Pueblo, took critical steps to protect Chaco Canyon.

Chaco Astronomy

Book by Anna Sofaer of Solstice Project research

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The Mystery of Chaco Canyon

Award winning film by Anna Sofaer,
Narrated by Robert Redford

The LiDAR Project

Aerial Laser scanning reveals cosmographic Chaco roads

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The Sun Dagger Explorer Model

An interactive model at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History invites exploration of the site’s solar and lunar light effects

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