Working with Visionmaker, a Native American video distributor, the Penn Museum has released the set of films on DVD, together with the newly-found material. Also included is a short film we made in October, 2011 tentatively called (Pine Springs) Then and Now, in which we revisit the locations of the filmmaking of 1966 to see what has changed and what has remained the same. It is hosted by Calvin Toddy, grandson of Alta Kahn and nephew of Johnny Nelson. The museum will give future profits from the sales of the DVD to the filmmakers and their families, and the Pine Springs Community Association.

Please see Visionmaker NFT for the DVD link