After their villages are crushed by a glacier, determined Alaska Natives return to their ancestral homeland, now a national park. Beautiful visuals accompany a tapestry of voices from the Huna Tlingit and the National Park Service revealing a decades long journey of loss and healing.
Filmmaker: Sarah Gulick
Running Time: 32 mins
Sarah Gulick is an award-winning film producer who has spent the last 10 years working for the U.S. National Park Service. She is based out of the Harpers Ferry (WV) Center – the national design hub for interpretive media for the National Park Service. Sarah is passionate about using film as a tool to connect people to special places, amazing wildlife, and unique cultures, and to encourage and celebrate collaboration. She previously co-founded a design studio focused on educational and non-profit organizations and taught university film and design courses. Sarah has an MFA in Film and Electronic Media from American University where she was a Center for Environmental Filmmaking scholar.