Benedicte Schoyen was determined to make a movie about the Nomad Foundation and travel with me and her husband Ned to Niger to shoot it—and she did. We talked about it for years and it has finally happened. She and Cooper Bates were the cameramen and Ned the sound man. As we travelled and worked they were there to capture it all. Not an easy trip–but they have gone where very few caucasians go these days and captured an intimate view of nomads and their spirit and the work of the Nomad Foundation. We look forward to following the progress of the post production to the goal of a premiere at the Ojai Film Festival in November 2015. We have invited half the nomadic population of Niger: herders, jewelers, musicians, and government ambassadors and ministers to participate in the festival featuring the arts of the nomads presented by themselves: Music, leatherwork, jewelry and dance. All programed for Libbey Bowl in November 2015. Watch for it!!!!