March Point

Documentary, trt: 54:00  

A Longhouse Media/Native Lens Film

Directed by Annie Silverstein in collaboration with
Youth Filmmakers Cody Cayou, Nick Clark, & Travis Tom
Produced by Tracy Rector & Annie Silverstein

Cody, Nick, and Travis, three teens from the Swinomish Indian Tribe, wanted to make a gangster movie or rap video. But instead they were asked to investigate the impact of two oil refineries on their tribal community. March Point follows their journey as they come to understand themselves, the environment, and the threat their people face. 

2008 PBS Independent Lens
2009 Big Sky Documentary Film Festival
2009 Sebastopol Documentary Film Festival
2009 Port Townsend Film Festival
2008 imagineNATIVE
2008 Global Green Indigenous Film Festival
2008 Margaret Mead Film & Video Festival
2008 Washington D.C Independent Film Festival
2008 National Geographic Environmental Film Festival
2008 Wild & Scenic Environmental Film Festival
2008 Indigenous Green Environmental Film Festival
2008 Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian
2008 European Independent Film Festival
2008 Native Spirit Film Festival-London
2008 NWFF Local Sightings Festival
2008 Blue Ocean Film Festival

2008 Best Documentary, imagineNATIVE
2008 Audience Award, Global Green Indigenous Film Festival
2008 Winner Best Documentary, Port Townsend Film Festival
2008 Audience Choice, Indigenous Green Environmental Film Festival
2008 Jury Award – Honorable Mention Best Broadcast Film, Blue Ocean Film Festival

Purchase Educational Copy at Vision Maker, Native American Public Telecommunications

March Point-ITVS (PBS)
Longhouse Media