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Alone on the Island of the Blue Dolphins
Paul Goldsmith, ASC

Paul will be presenting a short version (20 minutes) of his new film, Alone on the Island of the Blue Dolphins, followed by a additional information on the cache discovery and a short film on prehistoric San Nicolas Island. 

Paul Goldsmith studied film at NYU and then moved to California to work as a director of photography. He has filmed movies, television, commercials, music videos and documentaries. He is a member of ASC (American Society of Cinematographers) and has received awards including an Emmy. One film he photographed, WHEN WE WERE KINGS (Muhammad Ali in Zaire), won an Oscar.He is the author of TALKING STONE, ROCK ART OF THE COSOS. In the last decade he has produced his own independent documentaries. 
ALONE ON THE ISLAND OF THE BLUE DOLPHINS is the final film in trilogy he has made about Native Americans history in California.

He is married with 4 daughters and lives north of Los Angeles.
Meeting Place
Second Tuesday of every month (no meetings in July and August) at 7:00 pm
Chumash Indian Museum 
3290 Lang Ranch Pkwy Thousand Oaks, CA 91362


Archived 
Ventura County Archeological Society (VCAS) 
P.O. Box 4172 
Thousand Oaks, CA 91359 
OUR MISSION

   The VCAS/Ventura County Archaeological Society was established in 1972 when concerned Ventura County citizens as well as local professional and avocational archaeologists saw a need to organize, study and preserve our County's rich prehistoric heritage.

  The Society has been instrumental in the implementation of research and preservation goals aimed at our local archaeological resources.  With an eye towards the future the Society has a collections and archival curation program, site recordation and monitoring program, and a continuing education program. 
Directions

101 freeway take Westlake Blvd exit, go to North Westlake Blvd 4 miles to Lang Ranch Pkwy, turn right. Museum is on right hand side
VCAS Monthly Program - October 9th, 2018