Yellow Fever

on America ReFramed

Tina Garnanez, a young Navajo veteran, goes on a personal investigation into the history of the Navajo unranium boom, examining its lasting impacts and the potential for new mining in the area. Looking at the cost of cheap energy and the future of the industry, Tina becomes an advocate, lobbyist, and a vocal proponent for environmental justice.

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Below are suggestions and advice from funded filmmakers. They were gracious enough to give us permission to share their applications that were funded in the 2014 Open Call.

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