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Second Sunday Culture Film

Rematriation

Penn Museum

Sunday, Oct. 8, 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm ET

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Man standing in forest

Indigenous activists everywhere are attempting to steer the world away from climate collapse. The films in this year’s series depict efforts to reclaim land in order to save all beings on the earth and for a more livable future.

Rematriation
Dir. Alexi Liotti, 2022, 67 min.

A peaceful indigenous-led movement to protect the Ada’itsx/Fairy Creek watershed in the last of British Columbia’s untouched Old Growth forests has become Canada’s largest act of civil disobedience. Named the best environmental film at the 2023 Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival, Rematriation follows concerned citizens exploring the confluence of scientific, cultural, economic and sociopolitical perspectives, as they take a stand to protect the last big trees from being cut down.

Screening followed by conversation with filmmaker Alexi Liotti and Pacheedaht First Nation Elder Bill Jones.

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23-10-08