Synopsis: The ancient Anasazi civilization has long since left Earth. But a few rowdy Anasazi teenagers, and warriors, return to Earth for a game of hide and seek with an ancient Time Rod. In 1800s New Mexico, Heath and Canaan have just gotten paid in booze for cattle rustling. They stumble onto the Time Rod and become separated from the effects of time. But their 200 year adventure is in jeopardy when the game of hide and seek comes to an end.
Orlando Skidmore is an award winning filmmaker out of Albuquerque NM. A full-blooded White Mountain Apache, Orlando moved to New Mexico and enrolled into CNM’s film program. After completing the Film Crew and Post Production programs, Orlando went on to work with large and also independent film productions, mostly as the Cinematographer. Recently, Orlando has worked with various non-profits to produce digital insights and documentaries.
Orlando wrote and did the Cinematography on “Voices Unheard”, a short narrative officially selected by the Santa Fe Film Festival and Phoenix Film Festival. He also did Cinematography and editing on “The Native Hope Podcast”, Winner of the Storytelling Award- A Show For A Change Film Festival. And continuing his success, Orlando wrote and did Cinematography on “Mountain Spirit”, Winner of the Best 49er Short Film at the Native Cinema Film Festival in Santa Fe NM.