"We Are All Related Here" is a documentary film that tells the story of the Yup'ik people of Newtok, Alaska, who are being forced to relocate their village due to the erosion and flooding they are experiencing as a result of global warming.
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"We Are All Related Here" was recently selected to screen at the 2016 Sustainability Film Series at the University of Minnesota, at the 2016 Bellingham Human Rights Film Festival, the 2016 Alaska Forum on the Environment Film Festival, the 2016 Colorado Environmental Film Festival and was an Official Selection of the 12th Indigenous Film and Arts Festival in Denver. The film had its world premiere at the 2015 Anchorage International Film Festival in December where it was awarded Honorable Mention for the best film made in Alaska. The trailer for the movie was also presented by the International Organization for Migration in an exhibition to over 4,000 visitors at the National Museum of the History of Immigration in Paris as part of the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP21).
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