The article ‘Can Film Save Indigenous Languages?’ from The New Yorker, centers on how indigenous films are affirming identities and empowering individuals to speak their language. The goal of “SGaawaay K’uuna” is to encourage learning Haida and showcase the importance of its preservation. Leonie Sandercock, one of the screenplay writers, will research the film’s impact on the Haida community through 2021th.
For further information, read the full article ‘Can Film Save Indigenous Languagaes?’
Julian Brave NoiseCat