TV show films protest scenes in Mancos

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TV show films protest scenes in Mancos

Plot of pilot for TV series set in a contemporary reservation border town
Local actors march in front of the Columbine Bar in Mancos for a scene in “Badwater,” a new television show set in a contemporary reservation border town.
Actors Glen Gould, or Mi’kmaq, of Canada and Turkey Boy (Diné) stand on the back of an old pickup truck, speaking to a small crowd of protesters, played by local actors, below for the new television show “Badwater.”
Well-known film and television director Félix Enríquez Alcalá, second from the left, works with the drone operator to capture an aerial shot of the protest scene for the new television show “Badwater.”
Local actors march in front of the Columbine Bar in Mancos for a scene in the show Badwater.

TV show films protest scenes in Mancos

Local actors march in front of the Columbine Bar in Mancos for a scene in “Badwater,” a new television show set in a contemporary reservation border town.
Actors Glen Gould, or Mi’kmaq, of Canada and Turkey Boy (Diné) stand on the back of an old pickup truck, speaking to a small crowd of protesters, played by local actors, below for the new television show “Badwater.”
Well-known film and television director Félix Enríquez Alcalá, second from the left, works with the drone operator to capture an aerial shot of the protest scene for the new television show “Badwater.”
Local actors march in front of the Columbine Bar in Mancos for a scene in the show Badwater.
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