RIO GRANDE SERENADE: SERIES ONE THRU THREE
“In the high desert Southwest, where myth and reality intersect, there exists a legendary river, a revered and beloved water-source that goes by the name Rio Grande.” As written by John Biscello and narrated by Robert Mirabal in Rio Grande Serenade.
Additional Camera and Production Assistance by UNM-Taos DMA Students
“The Rio Grande as the sidewinding serpent, the shape-shifter and giver of blessings, and within the locomotive heart of this fabled river, there exists many roles and functions. The river as teacher and healer, a liquid church flowing democratic gospel where everyone is welcome to worship and revel. The river as storyteller and beat-keeper, a freestyle genius. The river as an old man dreaming of his return to the sea, or a silver voiced woman singing full-throated to earth and sky.” www.riograndeserenade.com
EPISODE 2 – Acequia Farmer and a Bee Keeper from Peter Walker on Vimeo.
EPISODE 3 – Water People from Peter Walker on Vimeo.