"California Indian" director Timothy Ramos, right; Duane Humeyestewa, director of photography, left; and Chris Eyre, producer (in sunglasses); stage a scene from the film. It was shot in Lakeport, home to the Big Valley Rancheria, where Ramos, 45, grew up. Some of the local Pomo Indians appear in the film as extras. Courtesy photo

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California Indian film photos

By December 11, 2012

Special to The Enterprise

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