We learn about the importance of Native languages and cultures in Alaska from a Yup'ik dog musher and a Tlingit carver of wood and metal. The film then takes us to a school in Wisconsin where we hear the story of a seventh grade girl who was recently punished for speaking a few words of the Menominee language. We learn more about the fight against language loss through visiting a Euchee (Yuchi) immersion school in Oklahoma where only four fluent elder speakers remain. We also meet National Geographic Fellow and Swarthmore College linguistics professor K. David Harrison who introduces us to his innovative online talking dictionaries project for Indigenous languages. Finally, we travel to Montana where Neyooxet Greymorning, an inventive Arapaho professor of Anthropology and Native American Studies, has been perfecting a method to quickly save these disappearing national treasures.

Sunday, February 14, 2016

2016 Māoriland Film Festival


Language Healers has been selected to play at the Māoriland Film Festival in New Zealand.
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Friday, November 20, 2015

Langauge Healers to play in Bellingham, WA in February

Language Healers is an Official Selection of the upcoming 2016 Bellingham Human Rights Film Festival!

Monday, September 21, 2015

Language Healers selected to play in Los Angeles film festival in November 2015

Happy to announce that Language Healers is an Official Selection of the 12th Red Nation Film Festival taking place in Los Angeles in November! To find out more about the Red Nation Film Festival, visit:

Language Healers included as one of ten films you need to watch!

Language Healers was included by the publication Intercontinental Cry as one of the ten films you need to watch this International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples!

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Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Language Healers to play at Southeastern Oklahoma State University in November 2015

The Language Healers will be shown at the 11th Native American Symposium at Southeastern Oklahoma State University in November.

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Monday, March 30, 2015

Langauge Healers Selected to Screen at the Garifuna International Film Festival in Los Angeles in May 2015

"Language Healers" has been selected to screen in the 4th Annual Garifuna International Film Festival! This is a festival for the preservation of all Indigenous cultures that will be taking place in LA in May.
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Saturday, March 28, 2015

Language Healers to screen at the Stabilizing Indigenous Languages Symposium in Wyoming in June 2015

We have just received notice that our proposal to present Language Healers at SILS 22 was accepted!

The theme of the conference will be "Ourselves Saving Language Saving Ourselves." SILS 22 will be a great opportunity to meet and learn from linguists and language experts from all around the globe who are engaged in revitalizing endangered languages—and we're honored that our film will be a part of the event! The conference will take place June 4, 5 and 6 at the Wind River Hotel and Casino in Riverton, Wyoming.