[Film_2020] Love is the Way brings together the voices speaking in defense of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, highlighting the generations of stewardship by Gwich'in and Iñupiaq people. Inspired in part by footage of the late photographer Michio Hoshino, this film explores the friendships, values, and stories shaped by the place, and the strong commitments to its protection.
"A stunningly beautiful ~ deeply heartfelt ~ powerfully convincing -- film on the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and the Gwich'in Nation's struggle to defend the sacred place and their way of life arrives -- just when we need it the most." - Professor Subhanker Banerjee [Scientist, Educator, Artist, Activist, Storied Arctic Adventurer]
"Inspiring, entertaining and educational. Don't miss it! They might be in your city soon." - Artist Mary Little
"Kristin and Jeremy spent a majority of the late winter, spring, & summer out on the land traveling and talking with people to ensure that they had the images and voices from the front lines of the issue. Together they've been able to combine this knowledge of the issue, connection to the coalition, relationships with the people most connected with passion, dedication and creativity to produce incredibly powerful videos." - Dan Ritzman
[Sierra Club Director: Lands, Water, Wildlife Campaign]
From the South Pole to the North Pole, supporting great causes with STEM education for children, Aviation safety, and Technology – all intended to encourage and inspire!
"With the power of breathtaking film, 4D technology, and immersive sensations, this one-of-a-kind art installation will allow you to experience a year in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. With nearly impossible-to-capture footage, you'll be transported to the Arctic Refuge through sight, sound, and even smell, for a unique chance to get up close and personal with herds of caribou, arctic foxes, polar bears, and more." - The Wilderness Society
With this interactive Story Map, learn about Alaska's incredible National Parks and Preserves and how every year caribou populations traverse this landscape on the planet's longest terrestrial mammal migration. On-location expedition photographs provided by Jeremy Là Zelle. Click the link below to learn more!
With this interactive Story Map learn more about the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge's unique ecosystem, which include Polar Bears, Grizzlies, Wolves, Caribou Migrations, hundreds of species of birds, and so much more. On-location expedition photographs and cinematography provided by Jeremy Là Zelle
Alaska, United States
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