Try the second annual Monument Valley Film Festival in Kayenta, Ariz. The festival showcases a collection of films written, produced or directed by the country's native residents.
American Indian filmmakers from across the country submit films to Shonie De La Rosa, owner of the Kayenta-based Sheephead Films and organizer of the festival. De La Rosa has produced several films set on the Navajo Nation, including "Mile Post 398" and "G Methamphetamine." He organizes the film festival to help other aspiring filmmakers gain recognition.
"The majority of Native American film festivals are held off reservations in cities like Phoenix, Los Angeles and Albuquerque," he said. "We wanted to bring more native films to the Navajo people because a lot of people don't get the chance to travel and see them, so we hold the festival right smack in the middle of the reservation."
Comment: The Indian maiden in this video is supposed to be Pocahontas. I have one of these Pocahontas toys.
For more on the subject, see The Best Indian Movies.