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Cassius gears up for March Madness!
March Madness at Makepeace Productions
Cassius gearing up for Spring
Spring is tantalizingly close, my pup Cassius is feeling his oats, and We Still Live Here is bursting out all over, with 20 screenings across the U.S. from Alaska to Georgia and a national PBS Encore Broadcast on Independent Lens to celebrate Women's History month. I only wish I could be all places at once! Beginning on March 2nd it will begin to feel like that, as I travel with the film to show it in ten cities across the American South as part of the Southern Circuit tour. Please visit our Screenings Page for a complete schedule.
Anne at Stanford: Where's the water?!February was wild as well, beginning with a week-long trip to California and an outreach screening at Stanford University, my alma mater. I spent many years there, first as an undergraduate and then as a graduate student learning to be a filmmaker and making my first film, Moonchild. It was great to be back, but where is the water in Lake Lagunita? The screening was terrific, attended by many Native American students and professors as well as a diverse group of linguists, anthropologists, and others, and was followed by a lively discussion with awesome linguist Leanne Hinton and former Wampanoag Language Reclamation Project President Hartman Deetz.

Cassius waiting patientlyThe week was capped by an all day orientation meeting in Los Angeles for the American Film Showcase, which has included We Still Live Here in its prestigious lineup of documentary and narrative films. As part of this State Department sponsored program, I will be screening We Still Live Here in several developing countries around the world and giving workshops and seminars in places like Tajikistan, Burma, Morocco and Senegal. 2012 will be an exciting year!
We Still Live Here Screens Into Action
at the Peabody Essex Museum!

We Still Live Here screens at the Peabody Essex Museum at the Salem Film Fest March 3
Join Wampanoag Linguist Jessie Little Doe Baird and others for a screening of We Still Live Here, Saturday March 3rd at 1pm, at the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem MA
as part of the Salem Film Fest 2012
and stay for an exciting Q+A after the film. Event Website

National Broadcast of We Still Live Here on PBS to celebrate Women's History Month
Beware the Ides of March!

On March 15th, PBS will broadcast an encore presentation of
We Still Live Here on the Independent Lens series as part of the new Women & Girls Lead initiative ITVS is launching during Women's History Month. Visit the Independent Lens Website

We Still Live Here tells the astonishing story of the return of a Native American language that was silenced for more than a century. Celebrated every Thanksgiving as "the Indians" who saved the Pilgrims and then often forgotten, the Wampanoag are now saying loud and clear and in their Native tongue ...
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Touring the Old South

We Still Live Here screens Across the Southern US
During the first two weeks of March Madness, Anne Makepeace will take We Still Live Here on tour, screening in ten cities throughout the South — in Charlestown, Savannah, Montgomery, Tupelo, Alexandria, LA and many smaller cities. March 2-16.
For complete information, Click Here

North to Alaska!

As part of the Far North Conservation Film Festival,
We Still Live Here will be shown in remote communities throughout Alaska, with March screenings in Kodiak and Kotzebue and more to come. Screening details

Explore an Alutiiq language program on Kodiak Island on, the companion website we created in partnership with Cultural Survival.

A Hometown Screening in Lakeville, Connecticut

Join director Anne Makepeace for a screening in her hometown
at the Hotchkiss School's Walker Auditorium
Friday, March 23rd, at 6:30pm
Event Website
We Still Live Here Screens at the Hotchkiss School

Please visit our Screenings Page for updates and complete details

We Still Live Here • To own the DVD and share it with friends and family,

• Learn more about We Still Live Here

• Make a donation to our Outreach Campaign through
The Center for Independent Documentary

• Explore twelve language revitalization programs on the critically acclaimed website Our Mother Tongues produced by Makepeace Productions in partnership with Cultural Survival and funded by ITVS.

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A recent post from Medfield, Massachusetts:

"Just got in from seeing 'We Still Live Here' - AMAZING! Brilliant film. Can't say enough good about it. I was moved to tears, inspired and profoundly touched. I will be attending the 2nd screening in March as I want to bring friends who couldn't attend this time. Also took dvd out of library for my family to watch!"
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