Hunting In Wartime
The Struggle of Native American Veterans in Alaska

Hunting In Wartime - The Struggle of Native American Veterans in Alaska
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Beautiful film! The Tlingit vets were so articulate in expressing all the challenges they faced during and after the War, including the most basic one: how to make sense of having taken another person’s life? A unique perspective on what it was like to serve. Even though it deals with a lot ...Read more

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Samantha Farinella

Thank you so much for your wonderful comments, Corey. I am so grateful you saw the uplifting moments in the film.
I know it can be quite heavy, but these men are truly remarkable in their resilience.
I look up to them and the way they live their life. I really appreciate you ...Read more

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Powerful film. I really appreciated the brutal honesty of the men who shared their stories against the backdrop of this very special indigenous community.

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Samantha Farinella

Hey Paul, thanks so much for your comments. I was able to spend a lot of time with these wonderful men over a six year period so really got to know them as friends. The community was very generous with me and I made sure they were part of the filmmaking process. I traveled to Hoonah on ...Read more

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Samantha Farinella

Howard Zinn and his belief in preserving people's history beyond the ruling class has had a profound effect on me. It is important to see all sides of a particular historical event to truly grasp its meaning.

Because the Tlingit community passes their history down through verbal ...Read more

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