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Inhabitants: Indigenous Perspectives on Restoring Our World Q&A with Documentary Producer Ben-Alex Dupris
November 30, 2022 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Join the Natick Historical Society, Natick’s Office on Sustainability, Natick’s Planning and Economic Development Office and the Bacon Free Library at 7:00pm on November 30th for a Q&A with the producer of the award-winning documentary, Inhabitants: Indigenous Perspectives on Restoring Our World. Screen the movie at home at your convenience any time from November 20th – December 3rd and then join us for the Zoom Q&A by registering below.
Ben-Alex Dupris is an enrolled member of the Colville Confederated Tribes, where he grew up. Over the years he has worked in commercial entertainment, tribal language preservation, youth media training, and most recently, documenting front-line environmental activism. His is currently a 2018 Concordia Studios Artist-In-Residence, headed by Academy-Award winner Davis Guggenheim. He is also newly awarded a prestigious 2018 Firelight Impact Producer’s Fellow, 2017 Sundance Institute “Rauschenburg” Producer’s Fellow, and a 2016 Redford Center Grantee for the project formerly named Oceti Sakowin.
To receive the link to view the movie, register here. It will not be available prior to November 20th.
The streaming link may not be shared with anyone outside of your class, campus event or community event, or posted on any website or social media page that is accessible to the public. Do not post this on Youtube, Facebook or any public platform. GOOD DOCS film and video content is protected by United States copyright law. Duplication, reproduction, alteration, television broadcast or cablecast, (except for on- campus closed circuit), loaning for a fee, leasing, sublicensing to others or use for any commercial purposes (i.e. charging admission) is strictly prohibited without express written permission from GOOD DOCS.
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