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Bellota - A Story of Round-Up: Film Facts

1969, Film: 16mm
32 minutes, Color
Description:

The disappearing traditions of the old cattle ranches of the Southwest are presented in director Philip Spalding's film BELLOTA. This 1969 film concentrates on five Mexican American vacquero-cowboys riding a month-long roundup on an 82,000 acre ranch in the rugged high country of Southern Arizona.


Copyright: 1969 University of Arizona Radio-TV Bureau
Filmmaker(s): Philip Spalding
Produced by: The University of Arizona Radio-TV Bureau
Cinematography: Philip Spalding, Harry Atwood
Editing: Philip Spalding, Harry Atwood
Sound: Harry Atwood
Acknowledgements: Written and Directed by Philip Spalding, Music by Robert Muczynski
Awards:

1970 Blue Ribbon Award, American Film Festival, NYC

1970 Golden Eagle, CINE, Washington, D.C.

1971 Ohio State University Broadcasting Award

1973 Golden Eagle, Padua, Italy Fourth International Film Festival



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