Screenings

September 5, 2014

Visions of the Wild
Vallejo

9:00 p.m. PIlgrims and Tourists

Followed by discussion with Winnemem Chief Caleen Sisk and filmmaker Toby McLeod

Location:
Empress Theatre
330 Virginia St.
Vallejo, CA
Admission:
Varies
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September 9, 2014

San Francisco State University Sacred Land Symposium
San Francisco

A production of the Sacred Land Media Collaborative: The Cultural Conservancy and the Sacred Land Film Project

5:00 p.m. Pilgrims and Tourists

6:00 p.m. Discussion with Toby McLeod, Professor and Cultural Conservancy President Melissa Nelson and Native leaders and students

Co-sponsored by the American Indian Studies Department, SF State University

 

Location:
San Francisco State University
TBD
San Francisco, CA
Admission:
Free
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September 16, 2014

University of Hawai`i at Manoa’s Dai Ho Chun Distinguished Lecturer Series

4:00 p.m. Pilgrims and Tourists

6:00 p.m. Profit and Loss

Each film will be followed by a half-hour discussion with Toby McLeod.

 

Location:
University of Hawai`i at Manoa Art Auditorium
Admission:
Free
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September 18, 2014

University of Hawai`i at Manoa’s Dai Ho Chun Distinguished Lecturer Series

4:00 p.m. Fire and Ice

6:00 p.m. Islands of Sanctuary

Each film will be followed by a half-hour discussion with Toby McLeod

 

 

Location:
University of Hawai`i at Manoa Art Auditorium
Admission:
Free
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September 21, 2014

Honolulu Museum of Art, Doris Duke Theatre
Honolulu

1:30 p.m. Pilgrims and Tourists

3:30 p.m. Profit and Loss

5:30 p.m. Fire and Ice

7:30 p.m. Islands of Sanctuary

Each film will be followed by a discussion with Toby McLeod.

Location:
Honolulu Museum of Art, Doris Duke Theatre
900 S. Beretania Street
Honolulu, HI
Admission:
$10 for one film, $30 for all four ($8, $10 for museum members)
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October 7, 2014

San Francisco State University Sacred Land Symposium
San Francisco

A production of the Sacred Land Media Collaborative: The Cultural Conservancy and the Sacred Land Film Project

5:00 p.m. Profit and Loss

6:00 p.m. Discussion with Toby McLeod, Professor and Cultural Conservancy President Melissa Nelson and Native leaders and students

Co-sponsored by the American Indian Studies Department, SF State University

Location:
San Francisco State University
TBD
San Francisco, CA
Admission:
Free
Tickets & Information:

November 4, 2014

San Francisco State University Sacred Land Symposium
San Francisco

A production of the Sacred Land Media Collaborative: The Cultural Conservancy and the Sacred Land Film Project

5:00 p.m. Fire and Ice

6:00 p.m. Discussion with Toby McLeod, Professor and Cultural Conservancy President Melissa Nelson and Native leaders and students

Co-sponsored by the American Indian Studies Department, SF State University

Location:
San Francisco State University
TBD
San Francisco , CA
Admission:
Free
Tickets & Information:

December 2, 2014

San Francisco State University Sacred Land Symposium
San Francisco

A production of the Sacred Land Media Collaborative: The Cultural Conservancy and the Sacred Land Film Project

5:00 p.m. Islands of Sanctuary

6:00 p.m. Discussion with Toby McLeod, Professor and Cultural Conservancy President Melissa Nelson and Native leaders and students

Co-sponsored by the American Indian Studies Department, SF State University

Location:
San Francisco State University
TBD
San Francisco, CA
Admission:
Free
Tickets & Information:

December 4, 2014

Wallace Stegner Center
Salt Lake City

Details on the screening of all four films to be determined.

Screenings followed by discussion with filmmaker Christopher (Toby) McLeod and author Terry Tempest Williams.

Location:
Wallace Stegner Center
332 South 1400 East
Salt Lake City, UT
Admission:
TBD
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Festivals

Mill Valley Film Festival
American Indian Film Festival
Wild & Scenic Film Festival

Awards

John de Graaf Environmental Filmmaking Award for Standing on Sacred Ground and for lifetime achievement in documentary film, Wild and Scenic Film Festival, 2014

Best Documentary Feature Award, Native American Film Festival, 2013

Screening History

6:00–8:30 p.m. Islands of Sanctuary kicks off discussion of the new draft 2026 Strategic Plan for Kanaloa Kaho'olawe.

 

6:00–8:30 p.m. Islands of Sanctuary kicks off discussion of the new draft 2026 Strategic Plan for Kanaloa Kaho'olawe.

 

6:30–8:30 Islands of Sanctuary kicks off discussion of the new draft 2026 Strategic Plan for Kanaloa Kaho'olawe.

6:00–8:30 p.m. Islands of Sanctuary kicks off discussion of the new draft 2026 Strategic Plan for Kanaloa Kaho'olawe.

6:30 p.m.  Refreshments
7:30 p.m.  Films and speakers 

Pilgrims and Tourists followed by a discussion with Winnemem Wintu Chief Caleen Sisk and Hawane Rios, a songwriter and cultural practicitioner speaking and singing about Mauna Kea, a sacred mountain on the island of Hawai’i threatened by an 18-story telescope complex.

Beyond Recognition. From the perspective of the indigenous women involved, this film chronicles the struggle to defend sacred places threatened by development in the SF Bay Area and looks at a new approach to reclaiming land. Following the film,  Chochenyo Ohlone Corrina Gould will discuss sacred sites in the Bay Area, the impact of development on them, and new ways to protect them. 

 

4:00 p.m. Islands of Sanctuary

Followed by Toby McLeod and Jessica Abbe in conversation with author Alison Owings

7:30 p.m. Pilgrims and Tourists

Screening will be followed by discussion with Winnemem Wintu Chief Caleen Sisk and Dan Bacher, investigative journalist and editor of The Fish Sniffer magazine

The event will benefit Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF), Sacramento – Sierra Foothills Branch

6:00 p.m.  Reception—All welcome

7:00 p.m. Introduction and short film by the Borneo Project followed by Fire and Ice 

8:00 p.m. Discussion with Rev. Sally Bingham, Professor José Fragoso, Borneo Project founder Joe Lamb, Toby McLeod

7:00 p.m.  Profit and Loss

8:00 p.m.  Q&A with Idle No More’s Pennie Opal Plant and Toby McLeod