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Sunday, January 19 • 9:30am - 11:45am
Kashia Pomo Tribal Traditions in the MPA | Dulce | Motherfish | Homecoming - A Boundary Waters Story | Last Call For The Bayou

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Kashia Pomo Tribal Traditions in the MPA
Kevin White, David Donnenfield, Full Frame Productions | 2019 | 6 min
This short film illustrates how the Kashia Band of Pomo Indians are uniquely positioned through their long history and traditional practices and values to be an important partner with Sonoma Marine Protected Areas in the recovery of our coastal resources.

Dulce
Guille Isa, Angello Faccini | 2018 | 11 min
On Colombia's Pacific Coast, a mother teaches her daughter, Dulce, how to swim. It is an essential skill in this remote region, where livelihoods are made on the sea and where rising tides, made worse by climate change, have swept entire villages away in recent years. Overcoming her fear of the water is just one element of Dulce's budding awareness of her natural and cultural surroundings.

Motherfish
Rusty Grim, Theo Parkinson, Amy Rosko, Fletcher Hukari, Owen Jones | 2019 | 11 min
Through a mother's spoken-word thoughts on the meaning that fishing has brought to the lives of her son and his best friend, Motherfish isn't about catching fish - it is a quiet celebration of the lost art of patience, and how a mother can help bring meaning to her children's lives by enabling adventure.

Homecoming - A Boundary Waters Story
Joe Fairbanks | 2019 | 8 min
Joe Fairbanks was born and raised in Northern Minnesota. In Homecoming, he travels through the waters where he learned to paddle as a boy. Today, these are some of America's most endangered waters. Joe reflects on his battle with cancer and draws on connections

Last Call For The Bayou
Dominic Gill, Nadia Gill, Encompass Films | 2019 | 53 min
Louisiana’s delta is a veritable bounty of rich estuarine life, but it is disappearing fast. The erosion of Louisiana’s wetlands is one of the greatest environmental threats the US faces today. This 5-part series chronicles the lives of individuals who are experiencing that loss in the deepest parts of the Bayou. Through them, we learn that Louisiana is the canary in a coal mine for the coastal land loss that will happen worldwide and what the Bayou means to the people who live there, as we watch them wrestle with the survival of their home.

Speakers
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Joe Fairbanks

Director, Homecoming - A Boundary Waters Story
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Kevin White

Director, Producer, Writer, Kashia Pomo Tribal Traditions in the MPA
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Hannah Banuelos

Featured, Kashia Pomo Tribal Traditions in the MPA
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Ester Stra

Featured, Kashia Pomo Tribal Traditions in the MPA
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Chris Elliot

Featured, Kashia Pomo Tribal Traditions in the MPA
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Rusty Grim

Director, Editor, Motherfish
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Theo Parkinson

Writer, Talent, Co-creator, Motherfish
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Nadia Gill

Producer, Last Call For The Bayou
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Dominic Gill

Director, Last Call For The Bayou



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