(1) In the eighth century, after centuries of trade contact, the Vikings set sail in their clinker-built ships to many parts of the world. Over a span of 300 years, they carried out raids, trade and migration all over Christian Europe and even more far-flung regions. (2) Native Americans from the Standing Rock Indian Reservation speak out on the Dakota Access Pipeline, the repetition of history and their roles as water-protectors in a struggle for modern sovereignty. This film examines the protests as well as the social consequences of pipeline construction.

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Dakota Access Pipeline (Wikipedia)

Palmetto Ridge grad's documentary selected for Cannes Film Festival (Naples Daily News)

Peacekeeper (Cannes Film Festival Short Film Catalog)

The Realm of the Vikings (National Geographic)

Vikings (History)

Vikings (Wikipedia)