(2007, 79 min.) US
Director: Gwendolen Cates
Executive producer: W. Richard West, Jr. (Southern Cheyenne)
Consulting producer: Heather Rae (Cherokee)
In English and Navajo and Spanish with English subtitles.
Jock Soto, the son of a Navajo mother and Puerto
Rican, was just sixteen when he left his family to follow his
dream of becoming a dancer. In his 25-year career, Soto was one
of the dance world's most beloved stars and a defining personality
of the New York City Ballet. This documentary explores his life
in dance, the role of his Navajo background in his life and art,
his identity as a gay man.
Water Flowing Together - courtesy of Gwendolen Cates; Water
Flowing Together - courtesy of Gwendolen Cates