Question 2: This one came from a colleague at my university, another filmmaker. He said that he wondered about the name Listen to the Land when there are not many times for hearing what the Land of Kawawa sounds like. What a beautiful question. It reminded me that once when I was leaving Jimmy Sandy Memorial School, I heard a white throated sparrow singing. That incredibly beautiful song. I recorded it on my phone and listened to it often. But when we were actually filming, it was another season and I didn’t hear that. Of course we hear the wind in the opening shot. Now I want to go through and see/hear what other moments give us the sound of the Land in that place. And there is also the other way to think about Listen to the Land which is that we need to find ways to hear how the Land is speaking to us about how to move into being in good relation.