“A Reflection of Life” is a feature documentary which deals with environmental issues and explores water issues in the Pacific Northwest, while noting the broader issues facing the entire West, with an emphasis on amplifying Indigenous voices. Filmmaker Jesse Locke interviewed members of The Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs, The Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation, The Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakama Nation, Chugach Alaska Native Corporation and Valdez Native Tribes, The Klamath Tribes, The Nez Perce Tribe, The Hopi Tribe, and Standing Rock Tribe to gather the Indigenous stories and wisdom featured in the film.
Jesse Locke is an award winning filmmaker from Bend, Oregon. He has made six short films and two feature length documentaries. Each of these films have been officially selected by a number of different film festivals throughout the world.
Several of these films have won awards including ‘best in show’ for his documentary “Radiance of Resistance” at the Human Rights Film Festival in Belfast, Ireland and Best LGBTQ Documentary at The Love & Hope International Film Festival in Barcelona, Spain . He has been providing high quality video production for local businesses in Oregon since 2012.
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