Jeanine Moret received a master's degree in film production from the University of California at Los Angeles. She produced, shot, and edited "Banderani" (1987), filmed in a remote Andean village in Bolivia, South America, and was videographer for "Ancient Songs for a Modern World" (1992) and "Let the Children Speak" (1992, Santa Monica Television). In 1986 Moret was location manager and assistant to the producer on "Powaqqatsi", coordinating filming over six months in South America, Africa, the Middle East, Europe, and Asia. Currently Moret is working freelance as a documentary cinematographer/videographer and is developing a script on traditional Andean folkloric music. (09/09)
A film by Arlene Bowman and Jeanine Moret, 1994, 57 min., Color
SONG JOURNEY takes Arlene Bowman (Navajo) on the pow-wow circuit in the hope of reviving her connection to traditional Native culture. There she find...