Crawl Walk Run strives to engage and inspire through innovative storytelling, brave and sensitive filmmaking, and a focus on unique voices.

 

"Untitled" is the intimate story of how a proud and tragic past interweaves through the lives of five Alaska Natives who must confront the epidemic of suicide. This feature length documentary depicts the delicate details of everyday life, the spoken reflections of heartbreak and joy, and the painful separation and poetic connection to land and culture.

 
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One night in New York City, The Waffle Stompers bared it all at Arlene's Grocery. And as usual, they rocked the house.

 
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An oldie but a goodie.

Serious by the Waffle Stompers Directed By Marsh Chamberlain (2007)

 

Camp Pigaaq 2011 is presented by the Maniilaq Association in collaboration with Crawl Walk Run and the Indigenous Leadership Institute, with support from the Healthy Alaska Natives Foundation and the Methamphetamine and Suicide Prevention Initiative. It documents an Alaska Native youth culture camp at Sadie Creek in June 2011, south of Kotzebue, Alaska. Camp Pigaaq is a program of Maniilaq Wellness, which is working to prevent violence, abuse, and suicide in the Northwest Arctic region of Alaska, while promoting a positive and healthy way of life.

 
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Camp Igaliq is presented by Kawerak Inc. in collaboration with Crawl Walk Run and the Indigenous Leadership Institute, with support from the Healthy Alaska Natives Foundation and SAMHSA. It documents an Alaska Native youth culture camp at Salmon Lake in July 2011, outside Nome, Alaska. Camp Igaliq is a program of Kawerak Wellness, which is working to prevent violence, abuse, and suicide in the Bering Straits region of Alaska, while promoting a positive and healthy way of life.

 
 

Crawl Walk Run edited this promotional piece for The Alaska Native Fund. The Fund provides an Indigenous framework for impacting critical environmental issues while promoting innovative strategies to strengthen the capacity of Alaska Native organizations and communities.

 
 

The Iñupiaq Leadership Conference is presented by the North Slope Borough School District in collaboration with Crawl Walk Run and the Indigenous Leadership Institute. This is a promotional film about the gathering back in March 2012. A group of Iñupiaq High Schoolers from around the North Slope Region come together to create friendships, develop leadership skills, and learn about their proud heritage. 

 
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