The story of Marie Wilcox, the last fluent speaker of the Wukchumni language, and her vision to create a dictionary to preserve her Native American tribe’s dying language.
Date: Saturday, February 20, 1:30PM
Location: Glicker-Milstein Theatre, Diana Center LL200
Q&A session to follow screening
Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee is an award-winning filmmaker, musician, and composer. His work has been featured on National Geographic, PBS, The New York Times, The New Yorker, The Atlantic, Outside Magazine, exhibited at The Smithsonian and screened at festivals and theaters worldwide. He has directed numerous acclaimed films including Marie’s Dictionary, Isle de Jean Charles, Yukon Kings, Elemental, Barrio de Paz and What Would it Look Like. He is the founder and executive director of The Global Oneness Project, a Webby award-winning educational multimedia platform. Prior to his work in film, Vaughan-Lee performed with some of the biggest names in Jazz, as well as releasing two critically acclaimed records, Previous Misconceptions and Borrowed Time.