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Apr
22
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Apr
22
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The Arts :: Film also Special Events :: Community Event
Streams of Knowledge Shorts Block
5:15 PM (America/Denver)
The Roxy
Description:
Streams of Knowledge Shorts Block

Judy’s Creek – Discovering the secret life of the streambed
Follow ecologist, educator, and author, Dr. Judy Li, into the world of caddisflies, the artisans of the aquatic world. With contagious passion, Judy shares how her childhood curiosity led to a career in freshwater science, and how she has found ways to share the joys of science with audiences of all ages.

Tuhaymani'chi Pal Waniqa (The Water Flows Always)
The film follows a Cahuilla, Cupeño father and daughter attempting to reconnect in a journey through their Indigenous roots in the ancient springs of the Mojave Desert, just as a new water-mining project threatens their very existence. The film addresses the efforts of protecting water resources and the sacred places of Indigenous nations, permeating the relationship between father and daughter seeking to strengthen their bonds and ancestral roots within their ancestral territory.

School of Fish
School of Fish offers an intimate portrait of one family’s seasonal salmon rituals and connection to the Bristol Bay Guide Academy, where local youth are empowered through flyfishing to serve as guides and conservationists. Can the next generation step up to defend the most prolific salmon run left on earth?

Keepers of the Land
In the heart of British Columbia’s Great Bear Rainforest, one Nation is reclaiming the power they held for millennia. As the impacts of colonial exploitation and mismanagement take an increasing toll on their territory, the Kitasoo Xai’xais Nation finds strength in its stories and culture, emerging as a stewardship leader in a new age of reconciliation in Canada. A powerful story of resurgence, the weight of hereditary leadership, and the responsibility they carry into the modern world told through the eyes of elder and hereditary chief Nismuutk, Ernest Mason Jr., and the new young leaders following in his footsteps.

SCREENING
Monday, 4/22, at 5:15 pm
Thursday, 4/25, at 5 pm
Age Group: All Ages
Address: 718 S Higgins Ave Missoula, MT 59802
Phone: (406) 728-9380

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