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 Talking
“Keep 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
“A must see documentary.”
- Ariadne Sawyer, The Afro News
“A story filled with hope and heart."
- Filmed in Canada
“A deftly-woven ode to language as identity and community."
- Zoe Grams, 24hrs Vancouver
“Shines a light on the power of preserving language and culture as a way of collective healing."
-Tania Ehret, Rabble.CA
The film recently came home to Kodiak, Alaska, for a particularly special screening with the Alutiiq Nation Festival at the Afognak Native Corporation.
With a noted tradition of nurturing emerging talent and acting as a leading voice for independent media, Kartemquin is building on more than 50 years of history as Chicago’s documentary powerhouse.
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