Keep Talking now available through PBS Plus: watch the film today!

Keep Talking, the award-winning debut feature documentary from director Karen Lynn Weinberg, is now available to view on select local PBS stations through PBS Plus. The film, and all 8 bonus never-before-seen clips, is also available to view on the PBS App! PBS Plus is a syndicated programming service for public television stations. Viewers can access Keep Talking by checking their local PBS listings, or by submitting a request to their local station for Keep Talking. Continued

Keep Talking available through PBS Plus starting July 2; DVD now available for pre-order

Keep Talking, the award-winning debut feature documentary from director Karen Lynn Weinberg, will be available to view on select local PBS stations through PBS Plus beginning July 2nd! PBS Plus is a syndicated programming service for public television stations. Viewers can access Keep Talking by checking their local PBS listings, or by submitting a request to their local station for Keep Talking. The film will also be available to pre-order on DVD through July 2nd. DVDs can currently be pre-ordered for the special price of $19.95 ahead of the release. Pre-order here! Continued

Keep Talking DVD now available for pre-order at special price of $19.95!

Award-winning Keep Talking is now available for pre-order at the special price of $19.95! DVDs ship July 2nd. The DVD includes: Two versions of the film (79 minute and 57 minute) English and Spanish subtitles 18 never-before-seen extra scenes, including A New Word for 'Tweet', Dancing is for Men, and The Eldest Elder Downloadable educational discussion guide (available July 2nd) ABOUT THE FILM Continued

Keep Talking has its Chicago premiere this Friday!

Keep Talking by Karen Lynn Weinberg will have its Chicago premiere at the Gene Siskel Film Center on Friday, January 5th at 8:15pm. A pre-screening reception begins at 7pm. A second showing will take place on January 11th at 8:15PM. Tickets here. Post-screening discussion panelists: 1/5/18: Director Karen Lynn Weinberg, co-producer Rachel Rozycki and Alutiiq Language Advocate Dr. Alisha Drabek; moderated by Dorene Wiese, CEO of the American Indian Association of Illinois 1/11/18: Director Karen Lynn Weinberg, co-producer Rachel Rozycki and Professor and Chair of the Department of Linguistics and Humanities, Lenore A. Grenoble; moderated by Dorene Wiese, CEO of the American Indian Association of Illinois. Continued

Keep Talking wins 1st place in 'Made in Alaska' competition at AIFF

Kartemquin is thrilled to share that Keep Talking took home the 1st place prize in the 'Made in Alaska' program at the 2017 Anchorage International Film Festival this past Sunday! Read the official announcement here. The film also earned a special mention in the Vancouver International Film Festival's "Impact" category following its World Premiere at VIFF. Praise for Keep TalkingKeep Talking... puts Weinberg on the list of filmmakers to keep an eye on... the film demonstrates how language can heal historical trauma, restore cultural practices and help strengthen the identity of young Alaska Natives.” - The Anchorage Press Continued

Keep Talking comes to the Anchorage Museum, AIFF

Keep Talking, the directorial debut from Karen Weinberg, will travel to its home state to screen both at the Anchorage Museum for a special preview screening before its Alaska premiere at the Anchorage International Film Festival. The film will screen at the Anchorage Museum on November 30th at 6PM, followed by a panel discussion. The program is free and open to the public. The film world premiered on October 3rd at the Vancouver International Film Festival. Praise for Keep Talking "A deftly-woven ode to language as identity and community."–24Hours Vancouver Continued

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