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Films with: Paskievich, John

If only I were an Indian ...
Follows three Native Americans (Cree and Ojibwa) from Canada as they travel to the former Czechoslovakia to meet several hundred Czechs and Slovaks who have set up a remarkable "Indian" community. Inspired by the writings of the turn of the century Canadian naturalist, Ernest Thompson Seton, and his contemporary, the German novelist Karl May, these Czechs and Slovaks see Native American cultures as an alternative to what they consider to be the spiritual bankruptcy of modern day European civilization. Wearing Indian dress and living in teepees, they have adopted, to an amazing degree, the traditional cultures of nineteenth century North American Native Indians. Everything from play and recreation to religion and philosophy, from food preparation to child rearing is based on historic Indian models. Astonishing, humourous, angry, and poignant by turns, this film is a remarkable journey across continents, history, and cultures.
DVD 8800
Unspeakable
(Producer) Examines the nature, history, and treatment of a speech impediment that affects about 1% of the world's population regardless of language, culture, class, or ethnicity. Attempts at curing it have been as frustrating as finding its cause. Director John Paskievich is a person who stutters. His stories and the stories of others in the film are poignant, funny, angry, and courageous.
DVD 4847