Filmmaker Emmett Williams will screen and discuss the following films:
Indigenous (25 min.)
This film tells the story of people throughout Zambia, from farmers to chefs to students, who are learning how to hold on to their food traditions in the face of staggering climate change.
Our Alaskan Stories (30 min.)
High school students from villages throughout Alaska spent a semester learning how to make documentaries about the importance of place and their connection to home. They took cameras home for the summer and produced this collection of short films.
We Are All Fisherman (16 min.)
In southeast Alaska, fishermen young and old struggle to maintain a sustainable lifestyle in spite of threats from irresponsible corporations, climate change, and the high costs associated with the job.
Post-screening discussion moderated by Liz Norton