Screenings

“Day in Our Bay” screened at the following film festivals in 2012:

March 29-April 5, American Documentary Film Festival 2012, Palm Springs, CA

April 19-22,  Indie Spirit Film Festival, Colorado Springs, CO

April 28,  Short Circuit Film Festival, New York City, NY

May 1-6,  Black Hills Film Festival 2012, Black Hills, SD

May 3-6,  Awareness Festival, Venice, CA

May 10-19,  Santa Cruz Film Festival – Santa Cruz, CA

June 1, Dreamspeakers Film Festival 2012 – Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Aug 18-19, Never Sets Film Festival – Anchorage, Fairbanks, Juneau, AK

Sept 21-23, Port Townsend Film Festival – Port Townsend, WA

Sept 24-30, 2012, BLUE Ocean Film Festival – Monterey, California (Festival dates: September 24-30, 2012)

Sept 26-30, 2012, National Geographic All Roads Film Festival, Washington, DC

Oct 18, United Nations Association Film Festival, Palo Alto, CA

Nov 6, American Indian Film Festival, San Francisco, CA

Nov 14-17, Society for Visual Anthropology SVA Ethnographic Film Festival, San Francisco, CA

Nov 30-Dec 2, Puerto Rico International Film Festival, Vieques Island, Puerto Rico

Nov 30-Dec 9, Anchorage International Film Festival, Anchorage, AK (4 short shorts premiered)

 

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