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The people of the Sepik River, Papua New Guinea held an elaborate ceremony welcoming Canadian Coast Salish carver John Marston.

Killer Whale and Crocodile has been selected from over 350 Native American or indigenous films submitted for consideration this year in the 2008 Palm Springs Festival of Native Film And Culture.

While we had many excellent films to choose from for this year’s festival, we believe that your film best represents the beauty and complexity of the Native and aboriginal experience while celebrating Native traditions, culture and heritage most eloquently.
— Thomas Ethan Harris, Director of Programming,
Palm Springs Festival of Native Film and Culture

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Canadian premier broadcast: Bravo!
19 August 2007
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32nd Annual American Indian Film Festival
4 November 2007
San Francisco, CA, USA

Agua Caliente Festival of Native Film and Culture

2008 Palm Springs Festival
of Native Film & Culture
8 March 2008
Palm Springs, CA, USA

The Leo Awards (Best BC Produced Films)

The Leo Awards (Best BC Produced Films)
nominated for Best Documentary
24 May 2008
Vancouver, BC, Canada

Mendocino Film Festival

Mendocino Film Festival
29 May — 1 June 2008
Mendocino, CA, USA

Seattle True Independent Film Festival

Seattle True Independent Film Festival
June 2008
Seattle, WA, USA

Maui Film Festival

Maui Film Festival
14 June 2008
Maui Arts & Cultural Center
Wailea, Hawaii, USA

Port Townsend Film Festical

Port Townsend Film Festival
27 September 2008
Queensland, Australia

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Heart of Gold International Film
25–29 March 2009
Gympie, Queensland, Australia