Holy Smokes Project Film Crew 2020

Building careers, creating healing Creating film crews in remote areas, archiving, delivering unity, diversity

“Homecoming is” Featured by Holy Smokes: Project Film crew HSPF crew created with the help of The City Of Albuquerque, One Albuquerque

We begin by saying thank you, to all the one’s who came out, and trudged with us on this epic adventure. It was not an easy task, with limited training locations, and also limited resources, this was one for the books.

We focused on word, and mission, that reflected what all of us are going through. We never would have imagined the outcome of this year, now we are seeing a future, that is in need of stories to be told, and sharing to continue. Holy Smokes Project Film is teaching our first film crew to assists in our first production, “Homecoming is” a 90 second story of how Indigenous people survive and thrive with spirit, and determination to be safe. Quite the story.

Executive Producers The City Of Albuquerque Lobo Protective Services LLC Thunderbird

Group Credits: “Homecoming is” Shannon Pinto for New Mexico Diné Navajo NM “HOPE”

Carma Harvey Diné Navajo ABQ NM

“Change” Lyle Sandoval- Diné – Navajo ABQ NM Lovely Loretto – Jemez Pueblo ABQ NM Ayana Sandoval- Diné ABQ NM

“Movement” Carma Harvey Sport Wear Diné Navajo ABQ NM

“Resiliance” Mindy Littleyellowbird Pojoaque Pueblo NM

“Love” Tiana Jane Cachini Zuni Royalty Organization Miss Zuni 2019-20 ZUNI NM

“Strength” Representative Derrick J. Lente Sandia Pueblo NM

”Vision” Philmer Bluehouse Diné Navajo AZ VO: VJ Pony Vigil Diné Navajo Nation ABQ NM

“Community” Shannon Pinto for New Mexico Diné Navajo NM

“Frybread“ Lil Mike & FunnyBone Choctaw & Pawnee OK

“Laughter” Ricardo Cate Kewa Pueblo NM

“Rejoicement” Emileah Lujan Taos Pueblo NM

“Nourishment” Kewa Christian Pacheco Kewa Cassie Pacheco Kewa Caiden Pacheco VO: VJ Pony Vigil Diné Navajo Nation ABQ NM

Fancy Dancer / Hoop Dancer Emileah Lujan Taos Pueblo NM

Director Ricardo Cate Kewa Pueblo NM

Camera DP Brandon Morgan Diné Navajo Nation ABQ NM

Camera Assist Frank TheBoy ABQ NM Gros Ventre Nation MO

1st AD / Audio Julius Pedro Laguna Pueblo ABQ NM

Camera Instructor Volunteer Colemar Nichols ABQ NM

Grip & Electric Instructor Ryle Yazzie Diné Navajo ABQ NM

Editied By VJ Pony Vigil Diné Navajo Nation ABQ NM

Set Medic Volunteer Dan Montoya ABQ NM Adrian Chavez Jr. ABQ NM

SoundTrack “Homecoming is……” Vocals & Flute VJ Pony Vigil Diné Navajo Nation ABQ NM “Inspiring Motivational Emotional Trailer” KornevMusic

“Rainbow Human” VJ Pony Vigil Diné Navajo Nation ABQ NM

Special thanks to our sponsors The City Of Albuquerque NM

Lobo Protective Services LLC NM

Cress Insurance Group NM

The Loan Fund NM Data Management NM

Lectrosonics NM

Agenda 22 NM

New Mexico Strong and Safe Be safe and Stay strong….

Holy smokes film crew is focused on new career opportunities..

SEE YOU IN THE MOVIES

“For all our Relations”

Now we are focusing on empowering all Indigenous Film Makers, we are very excited to begin another project.

Special thanks to Dawn Begayof City of Albuquerque, Kern Chriswell of the Albuquerque Film Office, Amber Dodson of NM Film Office.

Plus The Office of Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham, on keeping us up to date on all procedures & operations. Terry Sloan who made sure we stayed on track, Michelle Melendez, Maria Brazil of City of Albuquerque Offices.

We all performed with out a hitch or hiccup, considering the obstacles we endured!

THANK YOU ALBUQUERQUE, IT IS YOU WHO GAVE US THE COURAGE TO CONTINUE 0UR DREAMS.

We would like to say this is “Indigenous Heritage Month 2020”

Soon to become the decade of Indigenous People.
HSPF LLC 505-301-7170
https://holysmokes.site
intrigue@holysmokes.site

Pre-production begins 2021

STARLIFE VILLAGE

StarLife, is a vision of the future for all Humanity. Born from Native American Wisdom and shared with love for all the youth, and people in need of healing. Paint a dream, and build a world based on the best we have available for the generation to come. When we rise together.

A documentary for future re-generational gardens with innovational storytelling. 

#holysmokesprojectfilm #loboprotectiveservices 

#indigenous #nmfilm #healing #together #starlife #starlifegenerational

Home Stabilization, being documenting

Milestones with network building for our 

rural communities. Editing camera, drone

Soundtracks, plug and play film training

2021 is our opportunity to build dreams

Currently working on new Northern New Mexico Projects, looking for new interns and or internship crews, I will be reviewing new youth who wish to learn more about film making and job opportunities . You can find out more about New Mexico Filing jobs with Local Unions and film office.

Local New Mexico Film Union

The film workforce in New Mexico is still looking for crew members, IATSE film union has many training programs, and jobs are excelling. New Mexico Film just had it’s first conference since covid began, people are gathering and public events are being scheduled.

Four feature film s and five television shows are in production this month.

All of New Mexico is excited to participate with new incentive programs for jobs in NM. Security and Production assistance is in high demand, crafty, and hair and make up is in search of new talent. Carpenters are always in demand, however the skill, and safety level has increased.

Each Day is exciting in New Mexico, we are please announce multiple trains programs and job opportunities with union jobs, You can find most of your posting on social media searching job film jobs extras, and film training.

Indigenous Heritage Month 2020

We begin by saying thank you, to all the one’s who came out and trudged with us on this epic adventure. It was not an easy task, with limited training locations and also limited resources, this was one for the books.

Our first production for our NM film community

We focused on word and mission, that reflected what all of us are going through. We never would have imagined the outcome of this year, now we are seeing a future need for stories to be told and sharing lifestyles of the future is upmost imperative.

Our Executive Producer Adrian Chavez Sr was monumental on keeping this show alive, security, and sanitation was how we were able to create such a miracle endeavorer.

Lobo Protective Services LLC developed Sanitation Team for movies sets in NM

Learning was a key element to our mission, we began with understanding some of the gear we work with and build a set for future productions. Special thanks to Serious Grippage and Lighting.

Thank you for your valuable input & instruction for local film makers…

Then we worked our way to understanding procedures in film location, also scouting techniques.

Each times we gathered we began to understand each others personalities, and interests in film, Different departments to understand what department we may like to be in.

Exploring our community to see who is participating in public events, learning how to cope with new regulations in public.

Then we all felt a sigh of relief, knowing we are strong and focused on healing. Each time we Camer together, we began to understanding our opportunity to share good intentions and positive vibrations for healing…

We began to reach out to our community for support.
Each one offered us support to keep our film operational…
SENATOR JOHN PINTO NATIVE FILMMAKERS MEMORIAL FUND inspired us.

Senator Shannon Pinto

Also Represenetive Derrick Lente of NM

Now we have more Indigenous Film Makers ready to tell their stories, exciting times for all…

Homecoming is, so many words can describe our inspiration to stay strong
During the summer each one of us we’re dealing family challenges and of course public awareness.

Now we are focusing on empowering all Indigenous Film Makers, we are very excited to begin another project.

Special thanks to Kern Chriswell of the Albuquerque Film Office, and Amber Dodson of NM Film Office. Plus The Office of Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham, on keeping us up to date on all procedures fo operations. Terry Sloan our making sure we stayed on track, Michelle Melendez, and Maria Brazil of City of Albuquerque Offices. We all performed with out a hitch or his up, considering the obstacles we endured.

THANK YOU ALBUQUERQUE, IT IS YOU WHO GAVE US THE COURAGE TO CONTINUE 0UR DREAMS.

We would like to say this is “Indigenous Heritage Month 2020”

Executive ProducersOne AlbuquerqueLobo Protective Services LLC

Thunderbird Group LLCCredits:

“Homecoming is”Shannon Pinto for New MexicoDiné Navajo NM“

HOPE” Carma HarveyDiné Navajo ABQ NM

“Change”Lyle Sandoval- Diné – Navajo ABQ NM Lovely Loretto – Jemez Pueblo ABQ NMAyana Sandoval- Diné ABQ NM

“Movement” Carma Harvey Sport WearDiné Navajo ABQ NM

“Resiliance” Mindy LittleyellowbirdPojoaque Pueblo NM

“Love” Tiana Jane Cachini Zuni Royalty Organization Miss Zuni 2019-20 ZUNI NM

“Strength”Senator Derrick J. LenteSandia Pueblo NM

”Vision”Philmer BluehouseDiné Navajo AZVO: VJ PonyDiné Navajo Nation ABQ NM

“Community”Shannon Pinto for New MexicoDiné Navajo NM

“Frybread“Lil Mike & FunnyBoneChoctaw & Pawnee OK

“Laughter”Ricardo CateKewa Pueblo NM

“Rejoicement”Emileah LujanTaos Pueblo NM

“Nourishment”Kewa Christian PachecoKewa Cassie Pacheco Kewa Caiden PachecoVO: VJ Pony VigilDiné Navajo Nation ABQ NM

Fancy Dancer / Hoop DancerEmileah Lujan Taos Pueblo NM

Director Ricardo CateKewa Pueblo NM

Camera DPBrandon MorganDiné Navajo Nation ABQ NM

Camera AssistFrank TheBoy ABQ NM Gros Ventre Nation MO

1st AD / Audio Julius PedroLaguna Pueblo ABQ NM

Camera Instructor VolunteerColemar Nichols ABQ NM

Grip & Electric InstructorRyle YazzieDiné Navajo ABQ NM

Editied ByVJ Pony VigilDiné Navajo Nation ABQ NM

Set MedicVolunteerDan Montoya ABQ NMAdrian Chavez Jr. ABQ NM

SoundTrack“Homecoming is……”Vocals & FluteVJ Pony VigilDiné Navajo Nation ABQ NM

“Inspiring Motivational Emotional Trailer”KornevMusic

“Rainbow Human” VJ Pony VigilDiné Navajo Nation ABQ NM

Special thanks to our sponsors

The City Of Albuquerque NM

Lobo Protective Services LLC NM

Cress Insurance Group NM

The Loan Fund NM

Data Management NM

Lectrosonics NM

Agenda 22 New Mexico

Strong and SafeBe safe and Stay strong….

Holy smokes film crew is focused on new career opportunities..

SEE YOU IN THE MOVIES

“For all our Relations”

Now we are focusing on empowering all Indigenous Film Makers, we are very excited to begin another project.

Special thanks to Dawn Begay of City of Albuquerque, Kern Chriswell of the Albuquerque Film Office, Amber Dodson of NM Film Office.

Plus The Office of Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham, on keeping us up to date on all procedures & operations.

Terry Sloan made sure we stayed on track,

Michelle Melendez, Maria Brazil of City of Albuquerque Offices.

We all performed with out a hitch or hiccup, not even a cough, considering the obstacles we endured!

THANK YOU ALBUQUERQUE, IT IS YOU WHO GAVE US THE COURAGE TO CONTINUE 0UR DREAMS.

We would like to say this is “Indigenous Heritage Month 2020

”HSPF LLC

505-301-7170

https://holysmokes.site

intrigue@holysmokes.site

“Homecoming is” a wrap

We have completed our task in training a Indigenous Film crew, covid complaint, and solid communication, we are very proud of our crew. Each day they record something, they only become more focused on mission. We trained through out the summer beginning in June. Our first few days we’re getting to know communication, and protocol, basically show up early.

We began with scouting and understanding ethics of film, how bad do you want this job? In the middle of a pandemic, and only pods of five allowed to be safe in crowds. This was not only a task, but a serious operation. Thank to our sponsor and executive producer Lobo Protective Services LLC, we were able to go out knowing we are following protocols for filming. At the beginning we could only do home movies, then our governor approved activities.

We adventured out to crowds in a safe manner, testing shots, lighting, and location scouting.

Each time we adventured out we tried our hand at social media deliveries, making short films about our crew.

Ricardo Cate’ explains his vision for film making in the southwest, building bridges to our community.

Then we began to understand camera frame, and color adaptation, remotely and began our storyline, Homecoming is. We found words that meant something to us all, then we began our talent search, asking relatives to come out and be safe to help send a message of healing and support.

We learned how to make film sets safe..also recored our first commercial for the film community.

Each day we checked ourselves on how we feel and where we were before we recorded. Each day made it more secure to get into a truth of safe filming. Our months turns into the whole summer. We felt stronger, and safe enough to go into production.

Thunderbird Group LLC was in serious mode keeping the film crew going when everyone thought we were never going to make it. We were determined to accomplish our goal. To become a covid compliant film crew for our Indigenous Community.

Food was difficult to find especially bleach and TP, One Albuquerque, and seven more groups stepped up and fed 450 families, in dire need of school supplies or anything to help with financial difficulties.

Once we understood color and frame settings for filming, we venture out further to find content for our show. Each time we gathered we felt the community coming out into the public. Things were looking good, friends were visiting at safe distancing, people were able to to go out and take care of business. We now we’re getting the in position to see if we could get an insurance policy for recording on set. We had our masks and social distancing was second nature. our crew was ready to film safe sets…

Thanks to our sponsor and supporter we found a policy for recording our show. It came at a price..

Soon we had talent scheduled and we finally found a location on city property that allowed us to record. We we’re a go, green lit for production, everyone was very excited, not only to be recording, but to be able to experience real movie set, I they had not yet done so. Our Youth have had a chance to work on a feature film about three years ago. Now their intrucoitrs are ringing out the real camera, and really record our show.

Location map for talent and crew

We recored our first half day, as the schedule only allowed half dat of production to keep film crew safe. We now are reciting attention form our community and talent and crew were focused on a mission of healing and good intention for our people. Something to feel good abut in these trying times.

We received more support with our sponsors who fed us and helped with costs.
We are so grateful for those sponsors who help with payroll, we couldn’t have finished this project with out their support.

Each day we felt it was imperative to keep moving forward, lockdowns were as server, and people were out and about, our talent same from all parts of New Mexico as Burque was our home for dancing and performing…

HSPF Indigenous film crew

We are working towards a goal at the end of our year, to have a small film crew who can operate in these serious conditions, and tell a story, this summer we chose to trek on in a safe environment. To learn how to become a real film crew. The conditions are carefully reviewed for safety, and compliant to safety regulations. As you will see further into this storyline. You will understand a bit more on how we all have to operate in New Mexico, if we are planning to keep our community safe, and continue to tell stories that inspire us to be strong and resilient.

We combined our video production delivery of the summer 2020, and have begun to record our inspirational reel, for the city of Albuquerque AKA One Albuquerque.

Jul 13, 2020 We begin with understanding protocol for working in safe environment with Lobo Sanitation Team

This is how we present our set, to our cast, and crew, also sponsors, yes we are looking for support to build a solid Indigenous Film Crew, here in New Mexico!

Aug 20, 2020 keeping our m film community safe on sets

We have to be in small pods 6 in order to record on city property

September 26th, 2020 Emileah Lujan Fancy Dancer at Sunrise
Jul 26, 2020 Ricardo Cate’‘ understanding film and set procedure

Project Homecoming is:

Bringing together Indigenous People locally from Albuquerque, NM.

September 26th, 2020 Emileah Lujan Hoop Dancer & Crew “REJOICEMENT”
Aug 8, 2020 Understanding your project “CHANGE”

Shooting in playground at the civic center, 

September 26th, 2020 QUIET SOLAR SET

10 crew operation, pods of 6 on set…..NO MORE THAN 10 people ON SET safe distance to hot set 30’

Aug 17, 2020 Giving back to our Indigenous COMMUNITY staying safe, and strong.

As per regulations of shooting in New Mexico we have to be very mindful 

as to whom we are in contact with…72 hours before we shoot. 

Sep 14, 2020 The RESILIENCE is working, we are becoming a Solid Tribal Film Crew.
September 26th, 2020 Juice Pedro with Adrian Chavez Sr. executive producer of Lobo Protective Services llc, Brandon Morgan and Frank The Boy working with Tiana Jane Cachini Miss Zuni LOVE
 Sep 23, 2020 Everyone feels the changes, especially our graduates of 2020 MOVEMENT

FAMILY AND CLOSE FRIENDS PREFERRED…..It states we must not be in big crowds before we shoot. WHATEVER YOU DOING IS WORKING, BE THOUGHTFUL AND CONSIDERATE PLEASE..

September 26th, 2020 Dan Montoya our Set Medic “Thank you for volunteering for our production! Thanks for keeping us safe!

TEMPERATURE WILL BE TAKEN BY THE SET MEDIC WILL BE THERE TO RECORD ALL PARTICIPANTS. At the ENTRANCE AREA

September 26th, 2020 Tiana Jane Cachini Miss Zuni & Mom with Ricardo Cate’

WAIVER WIL BE REQUIRE TO VERBALLY CONFIRM WE ARE ENTERING AT OUR OWN RISK. ..

September 26th, 2020 Emileah Lujan & Ricardo Cate’ @ Civic Center INDIGENOUS COMMUNITY

TO DO OUR PART FOR THE INDIGENOUS COMMUNITY!

THIS IS WHY WE ASK EVERYONE TO BE SAFE BEFORE WE SHOOT.

September 26th, 2020 Safe distancing all day on set LOVE

ONLY 10 PEOPLE WIL BE ALLOWED ON SET AT ONE TIME, PODS OF SIX, AND SOCIAL DISTANCING IS PRIORITY FOR OUR FUTURE WORKING WITH COMMUNITY.

Be safe and Stay strong….Holy smokes film crew is focused on new career opportunities..

September 26th, 2020 CARMA HARVEY & crew HOPE

WEAR ALL BLACK UNIFORM PLEASE…t-shirt, mask, personal water bottle.

DATE Character WORD

09-26 01. CARMA HARVEY Navajo traditional -HOPE

09-26 02. CARMA HARVEY Sport wear -MOVEMENT

10-12 03. Shannon D. Pinto -COMMUNITY

09-26 04. . Emileah Lujan -REJOICEMENT

09-26 05. Wheelchair Mindy Littleyellowbird -RESILIENCE

10-12 06. LYLE SANDOVAL -CHANGE

10-12 07. Special guest         -NOURISHMENT

09-26 08. Tiana Jane Cachini Miss Zuni -LOVE

10-12 09. TBA – Forever

09-26 10. Emileah Lujan -Indigenous

September 26th, 2020 Pony Checks audio settings and solar generator is full power!….

If you would click to know more or support our campaign please email us! @ pony@ntv.life 505-301-7170

We will email you our presentation for review!
Thank you, and be safe & strong for New Mexico!

Home Coming is the project

We have had a summer of all summers, not able to gather in crowds, or hug someone. Tough times for sure, my pueblo friends, are saying they miss ceremony. We are all going through this together, as so many have pushed us to the limit. Each day we have grasped another change, or excepted that fact it is tougher than most days.

We are strong and resilient. We are the people, we are the future of happy days.

Fortunately indigenous people know suffering, with major limitations. Now it is an even paying field. Welcome to our word.

Stay Strong Stay Safe We are working on new programs, and scripts. Everyone can do this with us…..

We are excited to announce a New Season of STONE SOOP season 3.4 in 4K soon to be 8K

STONE SOOP SEASON 3.4

We begin by announcing our adventures has taken us to new heights, or should I say “we will be expanding our horizon”. We have been asked to do 4K and 8K production for a global television network. We will be highlighted on their new site, as well as, we have ben excepted as a VIP Pioneer production company.

Currently now reaching out to al of our film makers in the Southwest to bump up their game to 4K, if you’re not already doing it. Today we will take our little show that reflect Indigenous Film Makers, and Musicians, to the next level of communication. Storytelling has jest become real as life. with images and sounds delivered to those who have 4K tv’s soon to become 8K by fall of 2021.

Created by Ricardo Cate’

The Moccasin Grapevine says “a new TV station opening in Albuquerque, NM January 1, 2021”. This means jobs will become available for Indigenous films crews. four tv crews and four documentary crews.
Holy Smokes Project Film is teaching our first film crew to assists in our first production, “Homecoming is” a 90 second story of how Indigenous people survive and thrive with spirit, and determination to be safe. Quite the story.

Tagged with: Holy Smokes Project FilmIndigenous BusinessIndigenous Film MakersIndigenous Networks

HSPF Homecoming

We will be looking into visiting events the city of Albuquerque will be having this summer, so we enter as a cohesive team, in respect to the environment we are working in.

We are making efforts too have a least 24 interviews in 2 days of meeting our community.

This is no easy task, as all of us know there is huge responsibilities when we are in the public.

The safety ordinance is most vital to experiencing a true Albuquerque moment.

2020 will be the year to remember, when we had to think how to be sociable, and healthy. And still have a summer outdoors. We are focused on how to achieve such a task. Well we thought maybe inviting folks to visit the Farmers market downtown Albuquerque, Saturday mornings for the next two weekends.

Downtown Albuquerque Central & 7th st

Single file, and you only have a short time to be in the public with a hand full of visitors. Feels very safe, everyone is wearing proper masks. The food is amaizing, however you can not eat it there.

We except all these challenges, give me summer and give me food from organic gardens.

http://www.downtowngrowers.org

Homecoming is

Holy Smokes: Project Film, Indigenous Educational Filmmaker Program

Indigenous Filmmaking Documentary Trailer: Creating and supplying 11,000 Film industry jobs to the New Mexico Film Industry by 2022.https://thunderbirdgroup.co/2019/12/31/bridging-indigenous-filmmakers/

Posted by Holy Smokes: Project Film on Thursday, January 2, 2020

We begin our journey back home, some of us have not yet made it back home, as this world wide event has taken its toll on some of our families. Each day I hear how some of us who live in Albuquerque

We will be looking into our own stories that have helped our city grow stronger, and more independent, as a city and community of differences and a rainbow o colors of people who live here with pride aND HONOR FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS.

Our film crew will create an event that will embrace issues and collective that feel yelling or shouting about life, is not working so well. On that note wee will have asopbox for this feeling of loss or struggle in life’s challenging reflections. We see color or status as our own measuring stick for justice or value.

ride and Honor for survival, Our humor has kept us stronger that anything, each day we try and find humor to remind us we are not alone. When we laugh we here we our relatives laughing with us. The good ole days…

We will be announcing the location for our production for day for the City of Albuquerque, One Albuquerque.

here is our show with VJ Pony, STONE SOOP SEASON II, you will find a feeling of community and spiritual journey for a simple existence..

Are are proud to announce support for Indigenous film making. Lobo Protective Services is assisting us with bring a safe set to New Mexico filming, with the help of NeoSan Labs they will provide us a safe environment to shoot in. Protecting us all who walk on the set with confidence.

SEE YOU IN THE MOVIES….

HOLY SMOKES: PROJECT FILM IS BUILDING THE FUTURE WE NEED

New Mexicans Training for New Mexican Jobs

February 1st, 2020

Trying on our carbon footprint evidently it has grown since…

At the Capitol Building, Santa Fe, New Mexico on Environment Day, Tuesday, January 28th. Holy Smokes: Project Film lobbies at the capital for sustainable filmmaking during the 2nd session of the 54th legislature. We enjoyed talking with the environmentalists, who were very interested in our project.

Everybody deserves an equal opportunity to recognize and pursue their dreams. A career that a person has a passion for improves their mind, body, and spirit.  Earning a decent salary also enhances the quality of a person’s life, and the money goes back into the community via spending, thus supporting other businesses allowing them to grow and flourish.

Film is the ultimate collaborative industry, and HSPF plans to grow it through education by teaching the soft-skills necessary to work on a film set through hands-on classes and real-life experience on film sets.

Local 480 is supporting us by reviewing our curriculum for film training to transfer to jobs with the local 480 Union.

HSPF currently has a pilot program locked in for the Fall of 2021. The students, parents, and educators alike are enthusiastic about our pilot program. The HSPF Program will focus on below the line job opportunities through running a full-fledged film set to create 30-sec shorts and gain set hours to have the chance to join the local 480 and work towards credits to other unions within the film industry. EG: SAG-AFTRA, local 600, teamsters unions, etc. 

HSPF will be in attendance at the capitol for Indigenous Day (aka American Indian Day) on February 7th, where we will be lobbying for access to filmmaking for indigenous peoples of New Mexico. On Media Day, February 10th, we are promoting filmmaking education for all New Mexicans with the students and educators of Bernalillo High School in attendance urging legislators to fund the future we need.  

To help fund HSPF or learn how to get involved as a vendor to film, as an indigenous filmmaker looking to teach or to see how HSPF can collaborate with a school near you, please contact Nadine Nagamatsu at 917-509-3752 or email at holysmokesprojectfilm@gmail.com 

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