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Walking In Two Worlds News Releases

 

Protection of wolves & wildlife in the Tongass in light of the proposed timber sales is important…

A U.S. Court halts 4 logging projects as endangered species are threatened. Green Peace writes about the ruling based on the Endangered Species Act (ESA) here~ greenpeaceblogs.org/2014/09/30/us-court-halts-four-logging-projects-tongass-national-forest/

 

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Walking In Two Worldsis now award winning! The Seven Seas Award is for a winning project created by writers, filmmakers & composers, who enlighten others, help change perceptions about another culture and/or place, and promote cross-cultural knowledge and awareness, through the art of film, writing or music, and, thus, encourage a better understanding of the world’s people. To view the list of winners, visit ~ http://moondancefilmfestival.com/festival-info/2014-moondance-award-winners/

The film is now available through the Video Project!

Walking In Two Worlds is a film Finalist at the Moondance International Film Festival – September, 2014

Community HappeningsDaily Sitka Sentinal September 22, 2014

2014 – News in the Tongass

Senator Wants Tongass National Forest Management Retooled – Federal Times, September 2014

Tongass National Forest Advertises Tribal Relations Position – Sit News, September 2014

Tongass Logging Project Moves Forward to Keep Small Towns Alive –  KTVA, September 2014

 

Walking In Two Worlds Reviews/Articles

Radio Interview with Bo Boudart – September 26, 2014 at 8:00 am by KGNU, in Featured, Morning Magazine

Worlds collide in the Tongass Forest, when the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act turns tribes into corporations and sparks a lengthy logging frenzy. A story of division and redemption plays out between a Tlingit brother and sister, showing the possibility of healing both the forest and the native community.