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Teachings of the Tree People:
Skokomish elder Bruce Miller shares the cultural method of dying cedar with alder bark.

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E Haku Inoa: To Weave A Name
E Haku Inoa: To Weave a Name takes a deep look at the importance of culturally minded care in the field of behavioral health and how easy it is for providers and trainers to take their own cultural biases for granted. The film touches upon how women and families can find themselves caught up in the child welfare system that does not always have proper cultural training and can cause unintentional damage through separation of families.The film also illustrates connections between the cultural suppression of indigenous people and the mental and social repercussions that still resonate through subsequent generations.

BEFORE YOU KNOW IT - 1 hr version
Three gay seniors navigate the adventures, challenges and surprises of life and love in their golden years.

Prodigal Sons
PRODIGAL SONS, "a whiplash doc by an exciting new talent" (SF Weekly), was selected by VIDEO LIBRARIAN as one of the top films of the year, landed on ten more similar lists, and won 13 awards, including the FIPRESCI prize. PRODIGAL SONS was nominated for the Cinema Eye Honors' Outstanding Achievement in a Debut Feature Film award, and GLAAD Media Awards' Outstanding Documentary award.