World Food Day

Family Ingredients is an innovative PBS lifestyle series that features food, travel, culture and family. Based in Honolulu and hosted by Chef Ed Kenney, the series aims to showcase the many cultures that have shaped the unique islands of Hawai‘i. Family Ingredients is an executive production of Rock Salt Media and Pacific Islanders in Communications and is produced for PBS by Rock Salt Media.

From Kartemquin Films (Hoop Dreams, Life Itself), Keep Talking follows four Alaska Native women learning to teach their critically endangered language. Only 41 fluent Elders still speak Kodiak Alutiiq due to brutal assimilation policies at U.S. government run Indian boarding schools. The grit and resilience of these women helps them overcome historical trauma, politics and personal demons as they evolve into #languagewarriors.

Growing Native will be a seven-part series focusing on reclaiming traditional knowledge and food ways to address critical issues of health and wellness, the environment and human rights.

 
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Filmmakers


• Four New Films Now Available
• Five Documentaries on Special in January
• 'Rumble,' 'Growing Native' to be Featured at Festival
• Public Media Internship
• Open Call Deadline March 1
• Filmmaker Challenges - E&O Coverage
• 'Keep Talking' Earns First Place at AIFF
• 3 Streaming Services Feature VMM Films
• Filmmaker Opportunities
• Upcoming Film Screenings
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