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‘Children of the Dig’ joining the 44th Annual American Indian Film Festival

October 2, 2019

‘Children of the Dig’ continues to spread the word on Nunalleq – this time in AIFF.

From Branstetter Film: Proud to announce our documentary, ‘Children of the Dig’, will be playing at the 44th Annual American Indian Film Festival. AIFF is the longest-running Native American and First Nations film festival in the world, and has served as a showcase for Native American stories in the industry for 44 years.

Thank you to AIFF for helping to share the story of Quinhagak, Alaska – and their efforts to save more than 60,000 Yup’ik artifacts from a quickly eroding Alaskan coastline – with the world.

And if you’re in the San Francisco area October 26th through November 2nd, make sure to stop by and support ‘Children of the Dig’ and all the films playing at the fest.

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