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It’s pretty clean humor.
‘Rock, Paper, Fish’ takes a skeptical, nuanced look at proposed Palmer Project.
Endangered language: Director talks about bringing first feature-length Haida-language film to screen
Endangered language gets its close up.
Coming back to where he began, like a certain kind of fish.
Hey, wanna be in a movie?
Staff picks for January 2019.
Film hopes to inspire discussion, no easy anwers.
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The work artists loved in 2018.
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Free screenings to be held at Gold Town.
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