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  1. My name is Don Harjo and in 1981 I was involved in a program that was designed to teach Native Americans the art of film making. Ira Englander was the man behind it. Liz Hush was an executive secretary/assistant. I don't remember the names of the others involved. I made a short film, 16 mm, 'The Medicine Bag'. I imagine it's probably lost after all these years. I would really like to get in touch with someone, anyone, who can assist me in my search for anyone involved in the program and possibly the recovery of my short film. Thank you. Maybe Mr Bob M. can help? Another name I do remember is Peter Smokler, sound man.

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