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PBS Screening

We Still Live Here awarded "Moving Mountains Prize" at Telluride's MountainFilm and takes
"Full Frame Inspiration Award" in Durham

Colin McEnroe interviews Anne Makepeace and several other
film-industry luminaries just prior to the screening of
We Still Live Here at the Berkshire International Film Festival
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November 1 (Monday): 7:00pm
Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts
Grand Rapids, Michigan

November 1 (Tuesday): 5:30pm
Outreach Event Open to the Public
Longfellow Hall (in Askwith Lecture Hall)
Harvard Graduate School of Education

November 4-6 (Friday-Sunday)
Rocky Mountain Women's Film Festival
Colorado Springs, Colorado

November 6 (Sunday): Noon
American Indian Film Institute
Landmark Embarcadero Center Cinema
San Francisco (cinema details)

November 7 (Monday): 6:30pm
Outreach Event Open to the Public
Boston University: CAS 313

November 8 (Tuesday)
Outreach Event Open to the Public
Bridgewater State University
Maxwell Library, Heritage Room

Bridgewater, Mass
Reception: 1pm
Screening: 2pm, followed by a
discussion with the filmmaker

November 9 (Wednesday)
Outreach Event Open to the Public
WGBY Free Screening at
Historic Deerfield's White Church

Meet and Greet: 6:30-7pm
Screening: 7-8pm
Conversation with the Filmmaker: 8-9pm

November 10 (Thursday): 6:30pm
The New Bedford Whaling Museum
New Bedford, MA

November 12 (Saturday): 3:30pm
The Margaret Mead Film Festival
Museum of Natural History, New York City

November 16 (Wednesday): 8pm
Outreach Event Open to the Public
Boston College: Merkert 123

November 17 (Thursday): 7pm
Outreach Event Open to the Public
MIT: Eastman Laboratories, Bldg. 6, Room 120
Screening Details  |  map

November 17 (Thursday)
Tusweca Tiospaye Lakota Dakota Nakota
Language Summit

Rapid City, South Dakota

November 17 (Thursday): 7pm
MIT: Eastman Laboratories, Bldg. 6, Room 120
Screening Details  |  map

November 17 (Thursday): 3:15pm
Society for Visual Anthropology
Montréal, Canada

December 4 (Sunday): 12:30pm
Free Community Cinema Screenings
PBS SoCal, Autry Natl Center, UCLA
American Indian Studies Center

Wells Fargo Theater, Griffith Park
4700 Heritage Way, Los Angeles

December 7-14
Dubai International Film Festival

January 5-8 (Thursday-Sunday), 2012
Linguistic Society of America
(LSA Annual Meeting)
Portland, Oregon

January 13-15 (Friday-Sunday)
Wild and Scenic Film Festival
Nevada City, California

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Outreach Campaign

More invitations are coming every day,
so check back frequently


UMass: Boston

National Indian Education Association
Indigenous Language Forum
Albuquerque, NM

Native Spirit Festival
The Film Festival of Indigenous Peoples
SOAS, University of London, UK

8th Annual Indigenous Film & Arts Festival
Denver, Colorado

Advocates for Indigenous California Language Survival

Unitarian Universalist Church
Concord, NH

2011 VisionMaker Film Festival

Arlington International Film Festival

International Issni N'ourgh Amazigh Film Festival

Tulsa International Film Festival

Plimoth Plantation

The DOCartoon Festival

Woods Hole Film Festival

Aquinnah Cultural Center

Maine International Film Festival

The Linguistics Society of America Summer Institute

Nantucket Film Festival

The Library of Congress,
during the educational program,
"Celebrating Native American Language
Revitalization in Film"

Provincetown Film Festival

Beeld voor Beeld. Amsterdam

Berkshire International Film Festival

Telluride MountainFilm

Stabilizing Indigenous Languages Symposium.

Santa Barbara International Film Festival

Big Sky Documentary  Film Festival

Vail International Film Festival

Martha's Vineyard  Film Festival

Environmental Film Festival

Litchfield Hills Film Festival

FilmWorks Forum Series

Full Frame Documentary Film Festival

Independent Film Festival of Boston

Stranger than Fiction Series

Endangered Language Archive


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Anne Makepeace

Director & Writer, Anne Makepeace
Photo by Jill Orschell
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Jessie Little Doe with Daughter Mae

Jessie Little Doe Baird with daughter Mae
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Allie Humenuk and Anne Makepeace,
filming with Wampanoag Indians
Photo by Jonathan Reed
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Mother and Son

Wampanoag mother and son
(Names available upon request)
Photo by Trisha Barry
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Earl "Chiefy" Mills, Jr.
Photo by Trisha Barry
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Anne in Telluride
Anne Makepeace with the Moving Mountains Prize
Tellruide, Colorado's MountainFilm Festiva, May 2011
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WE STILL LIVE HERE tells a remarkable story of cultural revival by the Wampanoag Indians of Southeastern Massachusetts. Their ancestors ensured the survival of the Pilgrims in New England, the 'Pilgrims,' and lived to regret it. Spurred on by their intrepid linguist Jessie Little Doe Baird, they are now saying loud and clear, and in their Native tongue, "Âs Nutayuneân," – "We Still Live Here."


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is a co-production of MAKEPEACE LLC, and the Independent Television Service (ITVS), produced in association with WGBY, with funding provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB). Additional funding was provided by the Sundance Documentary Fund,
the National Science Foundation, LEF, MFH, et al.