Terry Mann is one of the filmmakers featured in “Stories for Climate Justice.” He is originally from Kokhanok, Alaska, and currently lives in Dillingham, Alaska, which is in the same region. He is an aspiring independent filmmaker. He has a beautiful family that commercial fishes in the summer and subsistence fishes and hunts all year long. His film is about the caribou and industry with his personal experience about what happens when companies come in and start using the land, and what happens to a migratory animal like the caribou.
Image courtesy of Terry Mann.