Directed by Ruby Mae Hinepunui Solly (Kai Tahu, Kāti Māmoe, Waitaha), Sebastian J Lowe, Victoria Baskin Coffey. (New Zealand, 2020, 8 min.) Digital.
This film is a modern-day love letter to place, space, and time within a post-second-migration world.
Ecologies of Acknowledgement
Directed by Sarah Kanouse, Nicholas Brown (USA, 2019, 10 min.) Digital.
How do you acknowledge Native territory and accept the relationships and responsibilities of living on occupied land? Deer Island in the Boston Harbor—once a concentration camp, now home to the city’s wastewater plant—functions as a crucible for eco-political relationships connecting past, present, and future.
Dreaming of Jerusalem
Directed by Peter Decherney, Sosena Solomon (USA, 2020, 25 min.) Digital.
An intimate look at the Jewish community in Gondar, Ethiopia, where people have been waiting for 20 years to emigrate to Israel and continue to face discrimination from all sides as they cultivate their Jewish identity.
Almost an Island
Directed by Jonathan VanBallenberghe (USA, 2020, 57 min.) Digital.
Elmer Goodwin was raised in a sod igloo, wearing animal skins and traveling by dog sled. Now he rides a snow machine, and his children are half white. This multigenerational portrait shows an Inupiaq family preserving its subsistence lifestyle despite the dramatic threats facing Arctic Alaska
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