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We Still Live here

Winner of the Full Frame Inspiration Award!

Takes Moving Mountains Prize in Telluride!

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"A beautiful film about a fascinating subject: the death and subsequent rebirth of the Wampanoag language." — Provincetown Magazine

"We Still Live Here is the kind of film that causes even the harshest of skeptics to ponder the existence of mystical elements. The most overtly impressive aspect of the film itself is its unique mastery of graphics."  — Sarah Teach, Yesterday's Island

"This is a film that should be shown to students studying languages, any of them, because it shows the power of language and the gift of learning one." — MelibeeGlobal

In The News

Independent Lens has just signed on to broadcast We Still Live Here on PBS on November 17, 2011, and they have also chosen to feature the film in their Community Cinema program, with free screenings in 100 cities around the country during the broadcast month. Stay tuned to find out about a screening in your area.

On another front, Makepeace Productions is partnering with the premiere indigenous rights organization Cultural Survival on an extensive grass roots community engagement campaign, as well as on the design and implementation of an ITVS funded interactive website around the issue of endangered languages, working with eleven Native American language programs from Alaska to Oklahoma.

We Still Live Here is also part of this year’s prestigious American Documentary Showcase. This State Department funded program chooses ten films and filmmakers each year to send to developing countries around the world for screenings and workshops, so we’ll soon be taking the film global!

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Upcoming Screenings

Maine International Film Festival
Railroad Square Cinema, Waterville, Maine
Thursday, July 21 at 6:30pmfacebook
Sunday, July 24 at 12:30pmfacebook

Aquinnah Cultural Center 
Town Hall on State Rd., Aquinnah, Mass.
Saturday, July 30 at 6:00pm (town info)

Woods Hole Film Festival
Redfield Auditorium, Woods Hole, Mass.
Sunday, July 31 at 7:00pmfacebook

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