The UK's Guardian newspaper covered our feature length documentary, which held its World Premier April 6th, 2013, at the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival and won the Triangle Award at the Columbia Gorge International Film Festival and the Arches Award at the Moab International Film Festival.
Bobby Andrew, a Yupik elder and spokesmen for Nunumta Aulukestai (Caretakers of Our Land) and a central character in the film spoke before screenings at the Seattle Social Justice Film Festival and the UK's Native Spirit Film Festival. The film also screened at the Salmon Film Festival in Fort Bragg, California, in the University of Michigan's Social Justice Film Series, at the Americas Latino Festival and at The Bellingham Human Rights Film Festival.
The Just Film Festival in Vancouver, BC. hosted the film’s Canadian Premier and are screening the film across Canada with their touring festival. The Anchorage International Film Festival Awarded our film second place in their Snow Dance competition for "Best Alaskan Filmmaking."
Living off the land, Alaska Natives defend the world's largest salmon runs against the impacts of the world's largest gold mine, the proposed Pebble Mine. President Obama and the EPA can rule on permitting Pebble Mine this year. Watch families fish for salmon, as we open a space for tribal elders and youth to share their ways of life.