Four Corners of Earth (1984)

About the Film

Seminole Indian women maintain the traditions of language, crafts, cooking, medicine, and song. These native Americans live on reservations in the vast swamp and waterways of the Everglade area in South Florida.

Licensing

For licensing, film rights and permissions, contact Peggy Bulger, Mike Dunn, the distributor Florida Folklife Program, or Folkstreams.

Film Details

  • Film by: Peggy Bulger, Mike Dunn
  • Produced by: Merri Belland, Peggy Bulger, Mike Dunn
  • Cinematographer: John Alford
  • Sound: Rick Lurding, Larry Myhre
  • Other Credits: Post production: Karl Knowles. Continuity: Merri Belland. Production assistant: Yvonne Bryant. Fieldwork: Merri Belland, Peggy Bulger, Blanton Owen. Consultants: James Billie, Allan Burns, Harry A. Kersey, John Mahon, Joe Quetone, Ethel Santiago. Narrator: Jeanette Cypress.
  • Funding: The Florida Endowment for the Humanities
  • Original Format: Film: 16mm
  • ©1984, Department of State and WFSU-TV
  • 27 mins, Color
  • Categories:
    Costume/DressFamilyHealing & MedicineNative American