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
- "A look forward to women as the guardians of their culture, and agents of change."–rabble.ca
- "Keep Talking has the power to reach out to all the peoples of the world, First Nations and others concerned about the many endangered languages of the world...A must see documentary." –The Afro News
Beautiful film about our strong Native people fighting to save their language... https://t.co/uAjWoBz9eR
— Dorene Wiese (@dpwiese) October 4, 2017
— Rena Kawabata (@RenaKawabata) October 4, 2017
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