Kelly Magleby is an artist and primitive potter. She's intrigued by the idea you can go into the wild with nothing and find what you need to survive. So for 10 days, she made her way in Utah's backcountry with a knife and a buckskin with the goal of creating pottery the way the Anasazi would have made it. Filmmaker Steve Olpin joined her for part of her journey, and he calls his short film a "documentary poem."
Learn more about Kelly Magleby, www.anasazipottery.net