Promised Land

An award-winning documentary, PROMISED LAND, a social justice film on the Duwamish and Chinook tribes, their fight for restoration, and what the federal recognition process says about indigenous sovereignty today.

Screen the Film

Below are three ways you can bring the film to your area through a home screening, local theater, museum, library, or school. Choose the one that's best for you and if you have any questions about what's the appropriate option for your group, contact us here. Additionally, we can send you custom-made press materials to help you promote the show to your community along. The filmmakers and/or tribal members profiled in the film can even participate through online video chat or travel to your location.

Educational materials will be available in early 2017 to teach groups about Duwamish history, Chinook history, and the issues surrounding federal recognition, as separate bundles or purchased together. 

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EducationaL LIcense

Purchase the special educational DVD (arriving early 2017) which will include the feature documentary plus additional content, exploring more about the federal recognition process, Chinook history, Duwamish history, the building of the Cathlapotle plankhouse in Ridgefield, WA, the Duwamish river cleanup efforts, and more.

The educational DVD is licensed for unlimited use in one location such as a school, class, library or training program. The educational use DVD may not be used for a public performance of the film outside the classroom setting without an additional screening license.

If you would like to host a public screening along with your purchase of the educational license, an educational license holder may order one or more screening licenses at a reduced rate. For the educational license + single screening combination order, please click here.

Educational materials will be available later in 2017 to teach groups about Duwamish history, Chinook history, and the issues surrounding federal recognition, as separate bundles or purchased together. License holders will be contacted and offered reduced rates on these educational materials. 

Contact us to learn more about reduced additional screenings licenses and educational materials.

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Single Screening LIcense

Host a single screening event, free admission, or charge and feel free to use the funds to cover the cost of the screening, or donate a portion to the tribes in the film or based in your area (intended for crowds up to 200 attendees. For larger events, contact us here for rates.

Reduced screening fees for qualified groups are available (annual budget documentation may be required.)

If you would like to host multiple public screenings, an educational license holder may order additional screening licenses at a reduced rate.

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educational license + single screening license

Purchase the special educational DVD (arriving early 2017) which will include the feature documentary plus additional content, exploring more about the federal recognition process, Chinook history, Duwamish history, the building of the Cathlapotle plankhouse in Ridgefield, WA, the Duwamish river cleanup efforts, and more.

This package grants use of the educational DVD is licensed for unlimited use in one location such as a school, class, library or training program, as well as one single performance license for a screening on campus or any local venue associated with the license holder.

If you would like to host multiple public screenings, an educational license holder may order additional screening licenses at a reduced rate.

Educational materials will be available later in 2017 to teach groups about Duwamish history, Chinook history, and the issues surrounding federal recognition, as separate bundles or purchased together. License holders will be contacted and offered reduced rates on these educational materials. 

Contact us to learn more about reduced additional screenings licenses and educational materials.

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