Confluence: Inter-generational Collaborations – Heard Museum

Participating artist/mentor Mentee: Shaandiin YazzieFor this collaborative exhibit we created a short video, large scale wheatpaste, tshirt, logo, stickers, and a doll as part of a campaign to end exploitation of Indigenous Peoples’ cultures. Confluence: Inter-generational Collaborations is the Heard Museum’s latest exhibit featuring a collaboration between generations of Native artists. In 2016 the Heard Museum partnered seven established Indigenous artists with young, emerging artists to work together on a project

Poise/end – VR Short Documentary

Title: Poise/endRunning Time: 9minDirector: Klee BenallyThis immersive cinematic 360 video allows the viewer to experience lands contaminated by abandoned uranium mines, follow personal stories of Indigenous Peoples impacted by nuclear colonialism, and ultimately witness how deadly the nuclear fuel cycle is. This piece was created for the Hope and Trauma in a Poisoned Land exhibit

Power Lines – Feature Film

Written, Directed, Edited, & Graphic Design by Klee Benally Feature Film: Power Lines | 75 min running time Power Lines is an award winning micro-budget independent feature film written and directed by Klee Benally. With an all-Indigenous production crew powered by members of the Indigenous youth project Outta Your Backpack Media (, the film takes a “punk-rock cinema” approach to tackling social impacts of forced relocation. Power Lines is a

The Snowbowl Effect – Feature Documentary

The Snowbowl Effect56 min, 2004Standard DefinitionDirected & edited by Klee BenallyProduced by A mountain in Northern Arizona sacred to 13 tribes. A ski resort proposal to expand and make snow with wastewater. When recreation and culture collide, who pays the price? More info: