We are FUNDRAISING to get some of our film crew to national screenings. This film shares powerful personal stories and being able to travel with the film to talk with audiences across the country gives these stories the added platform they deserve. We need your support to help with travel costs for a few of the people featured in the film and some of our film making team. Any donation amount is appreciated, DONATE HERE to make a tax-deductible donation now.
In a landscape as dramatic as its stories, We Breathe Again intimately explores the lives of our Alaska Native people, each confronting the impacts of historic trauma and suicide. Reflected in the northern lights and the city streetlights, from the ice roads to the asphalt, the characters battle for personal healing, hoping to break new trail for their families and their communities to follow.
Featured in We Breathe Again are the courageous stories of Keggulluk Polk, Jody Potts, Eddie Tate, and Paul Nagaruk.
Produced by Native Movement, Crawl Walk Run, & the University of Alaska Fairbanks. In partnership with Vision Maker Media, the Independent Television Service (ITVS), Maniilaq Association, Kawerak Inc., Rasmuson Foundation, Alaska Mental Health Trust, Tanana Chiefs Conference, Bering Straits Native Corporation, and all our Kickstarter backers! We Breathe Again is being screened throughout Alaska and the country.
Check out the We Breathe Again website!
On September 26th We Breathe Again will be televised nation-wide on the PBS program America ReFramed
For some post-viewing discussion and activity guides check out Vision Maker Media's WBA VIEWER GUIDE here.
We Breathe Again trailer