Using a mix of animation, music and real audio, Injunuity: Buried highlights Ohlone activist and educator Corrinna Gould as she discusses the ongoing destruction of sacred tribal shell mounds in Northern California. The film focuses on the largest shell mound in the bay area, which was completely removed during the dot-com boom in order to build the Bay Street Mall in Emeryville, California.
Adrian Baker has spent the last 15 years working as a writer, director and producer, focused mainly on animation and transmedia projects for television and the web. His past work includes numerous projects for clients such as DreamWorks and Sony, as well as the award-winning animated poetry series SlamBox, which was produced in partnership with Youth Speaks.
Injunuity: Buried is just one installment from the Injunuity project, a nine-episode series of short pieces that explores modern day America from a contemporary Native American perspective using animation, music and real audio. Baker currently lives in Oakland, California with his wife and daughter.
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