Documentary | Karen Lynn Weinberg
Keep Talking follows four Alaska Native women fighting to save Kodiak Alutiiq, a critically endangered language with only 41 fluent Elders remaining. At language immersion camp, young Sadie (13) is inspired. Over the course of the film, Sadie evolves from painful shyness into a powerful young woman with a strong connection to her culture.
Release: July 2, 2018
Expiration: July 2, 2022
Distributor: PBS Plus
About the Filmmaker
After years as an editor and producer, Keep Talking (Working Title) is Karen’s long form directorial debut. Her lead editing credits include the feature documentaries One Night Stand (nationwide theatrical release, 2013), Spilled Water, episodes of MysteryQuest and Clash of the Gods (the History Channel), and C-Rock. Other credits include work on Hard Earned (Kartemquin Films/Al Jazeera America), Certainty (Boston Film Festival ‘Best Editing’ award, theatrical release 2012), Frozen River (Sundance Winner, Oscar Nominee) and Racing Dreams (Tribeca Winner, PBS POV 2012).
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