WORLD Premiere
19:43 m / Documentary Short / U.S.A.

Sunday, November 10, 2019
Laemmle Music Hall | 3:00pm to 4:15pm | Program 

In 2009, a 500-year-old artifact was discovered on the beach outside of Quinhagak, Alaska, opening the door to the most productive archaeological dig in Arctic history with 60,000 artifacts recovered so far. In 2009, the site was 50 feet from the ocean. Today it is ten.

Director: Joshua A Branstetter

Includes a post screening Q&A with the director(s)

Director (s)

Joshua A. Branstetter is a writer-director, cinematographer, editor, playwright, and filmmaker who has received international acclaim for his directorial work including collaborations with 100Stone, the University of Aberdeen, Hospice of Anchorage, the Alaskan Aids Assistance Association, the Old Harbor Alliance, and the award-winning films ‘Costume’ (2016) and ‘Old Harbor, New Hope’ (2017). His work has been featured theatrically, in the Metro UK, the Anchorage Press, and Buzzfeed. He resides in Anchorage, Alaska with his wife, two kids, and cat.

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