The State of Florida has recently dedicated the Indian Key Irving R. Eyster Bridge in honor of the late archaeologist and historian. The bridge is part of the U.S. # 1 Over Seas Highway and located at Islamorada in the Florida Keys. Irving Eyster’s generosity with both commentary and permission to film his collection of artifacts found near the Perrine house site added much to the documentary The Life & Times of Dr. Henry Perrine.
I watched your film. You did an excellent job with mostly archival material and the people you interview. It’s a challenge to visually demonstrate agricultural decision making, state decrees about land, etc. You took vast issues and made them more human scale.
I also liked the interesting way you used the model of the house in a seamless conjunction with the real Keys landscape.
Lance Duerfahrd, Ph.D Yale University
Associate Professor, Director of Film & Video Studies, Purdue University
The Life & Times of Dr. Henry Perrine premier Jan.10, 2017 at the Keys History & Discovery Center in Islamorada, Florida
Jan.19, 2017 at the Custom House Museum, Key West, Florida
July 23, 2017 West Coast premier at the Beyond Baroque Literary Arts Center in Venice, California at 7 pm
- 1 sweet onion
- 4 chicken thighs
- 4 ripe mangoes (sliced)
- 3 table spoons of canola oil
- ¼ teaspoon of salt
- Dash of pepper
- 1 pkg. white rice. (Basmati rice if you can get it )
- Cut a third of a sweet onion into medium pieces.
- Add 3 tablespoons of canola oil to heated frying pan.
- Rinse chicken then add it and onion slices to frying pan.
- Fry for 20 min.or until brown (both sides).
- Then add a dash of salt and pepper and some mango slices to chicken and onions.
- When chicken is thoroughly cooked, remove from heat.
- Just before serving, top off chicken with the remaining fresh mango slices.
The white rice should be boiled separately.