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Michael R.L. Begay of IAIA won the 2019 TCJ Student film contest. He will present his film Lightning Boy at the Pocahontas Reframed Film Festival in Richmond, Virginia.
By LeRoy Grafe of the Institute of American Indian Arts
Wade Shannah of Navajo Technical University won the 2018 TCJ Student Film Contest with his creatively frenzied and edgy horror-noir picture What a Night.
By Clinton Desiderio of Navajo Technical University
By Marcus Redwing of Nebraska Indian Community College
Felicia Chischilly of Navajo Technical University won first place in the TCJ Student film contest, marking the second year straight that Navajo Technical University has claimed the top honor and underscoring the potency of the university’s new media bacalaureate program.
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Students from the Institute of American Indian Arts and Navajo Technical University Win TCJ Art and Film Contests
Tribal College Journal has announced the winners of its 2016 TCJ Student art and film contests. Kūākea Yasak of the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) won the journal’s cover art contest with his drawing “Wahine.” Clinton Desiderio of Navajo Technical University (NTU) took top honors for best film of the year with “The Hostage,” while Cheyenne Echota Killsnight of…