EEFF website for details on Saturday's screenings, workshops and off-site festival events! SESSION 2 INCLUDES: Kuinerraq (4m): A young seventh grader explores the heritage of his maternal grandma through this glance at a Yu'pik village and his Native Alaskan roots. Followed by Q&A with filmmaker Ilysa Spencer and team! Thacker Pass - Mining the Sacred (20m): Indigenous Nations fight the lithium gold rush at Thacker Pass. Followed by Q&A with filmmaker Brandi Morin! A Reflection of Life (91m): “A Reflection of Life” explores water issues in the Pacific Northwest, while noting the broader issues facing the entire West, with an emphasis on amplifying Indigenous voices. Filmmaker Jesse Locke interviewed members of The Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs, The Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation, The Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakama Nation, Chugach Alaska Native Corporation and Valdez Native Tribes, The Klamath Tribes, The Nez Perce Tribe, The Hopi Tribe, and Standing Rock Tribe to gather the Indigenous stories and wisdom featured in the film. Followed by Q&A with filmmaker Jesse Locke! Join us following this program for an indigenous panel: Protect Her Sacred Resources, led by Rowena Jackson!">

EEFF: Oct 8 - Session 2

Indigenous Leaders host EEFF's final Day! Visit the EEFF website for details on Saturday's screenings, workshops and off-site festival events! SESSION 2 INCLUDES: Kuinerraq (4m): A young seventh grader explores the heritage of his maternal grandma through this glance at a Yu'pik village and his Native Alaskan roots. Followed by Q&A with filmmaker Ilysa Spencer and team! Thacker Pass - Mining the Sacred (20m): Indigenous Nations fight the lithium gold rush at Thacker Pass. Followed by Q&A with filmmaker Brandi Morin! A Reflection of Life (91m): “A Reflection of Life” explores water issues in the Pacific Northwest, while noting the broader issues facing the entire West, with an emphasis on amplifying Indigenous voices. Filmmaker Jesse Locke interviewed members of The Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs, The Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation, The Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakama Nation, Chugach Alaska Native Corporation and Valdez Native Tribes, The Klamath Tribes, The Nez Perce Tribe, The Hopi Tribe, and Standing Rock Tribe to gather the Indigenous stories and wisdom featured in the film. Followed by Q&A with filmmaker Jesse Locke! Join us following this program for an indigenous panel: Protect Her Sacred Resources, led by Rowena Jackson! DocumentaryPT2H2023-10-08EEFF: Oct 8 - Session 2"EEFF: Oct 8 - Session 2"EEFF environment nature film festival documentary

Showtimes

October 8, 2:30 pm

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