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Wawa

Wawa peeks at the anxieties and difficulties of communication through the interactions between speakers of an endangered Indigenous language, each from differing cultural backgrounds and generations. By transforming the chronology of the language, it weaves past and present into a single entity and confronts various modes of conversation, translation, identity, and history.

Director

Sky Hopinka

Country

United States

Year

2014

Premiere

UK Festival Premiere

Dialogue Language

English

Subtitle Language

Primary Contact

Emily Martin

Distribution (Worldwide)

Emily Martin