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Local filmmaker Hebert to make "Yuuyaraq" into a film

...deadly legacy of the Great Death."Napoleon's essay had a powerful impact on Juneau filmmaker and lifelong Alaskan Lisle Hebert, who has embarked on a project to translate it into a new medium. Napoleon and his wife, Maggie, have given Hebert...
My Turn: Housing is a 'who,' not a 'what'

...being born and growing up in a homeless shelter.Yet, I am more encouraged today than I have been in almost 20 years.Lisle Hebert and Bruce Denton have independently produced two provocative documentaries that look at Juneau's homeless street population...
My Turn: Oligarchy in America

...what we agree upon. Only by doing so can we build a real democracy and stop slipping backwards into feudalism.? Lisle Hebert is a Juneau native who works at the hospital and makes films.
Anchorage International Film Festival's 'Made in Alaska' category highlights work by local filmmakers

...year's event, a list that includes local filmmakers Lisle Hebert and Greg Chaney, and former Juneau resident Brice Habeger...Lowe-White of San Clemente, Calif."Crazy," directed by Lisle Hebert of Juneau"Daughters of Emmonak," directed by Samantha...
Made in Alaska: Lisle Hebert's "Crazy"

In the 1970s Lisle Hebert made a film called "Henry's Movie" about his friend Henry Lang...those living under the bridge.It's hard to stay on topic with Lisle Hebert. We spoke about movies in general, our families, and the recent...
Local film to have first public showing at Gold Town

Local filmmaker Lisle Hebert's new film, "Little Red Book" will be make its public premiere on Saturday, March, 24 at the Gold Town Nickelodeon, with...
Gold Town featured on national website

...anniversary of the Sundance Institute.The Gold Town, located in the Emporium Mall, opened in 1996 as a venue for founder Lisle Hebert's original film "Gold Town." In 2002, he began showing independent films, and in 2009, sold the business to...
Take notes, remember 2002) initiates a regressive state sales tax and user fees (aka taxes) on other necessities, which burden the lower-income people more than the wealthy. Please add it up and remember at election time in 2004. Lisle Hebert Juneau
Juneau will pay dearly for Wal-Mart

...prices at Wal-Mart are cheap, the taxpayers make up the difference in paying for benefits Wal-Mart employees can't afford. Please weigh the human costs versus cheap prices before welcoming Wal-Mart to Juneau. Lisle Hebert Juneau
Give Iraq back to Iraqis reliable, cooperative stooges in the Iraqi government. The Iraqis see right through this. If the U.S. went there to liberate Iraqis, it should give them back their country and let them decide their own future. Lisle Hebert Juneau


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