The full extent of the devastation brought by the 7.8 magnitude earthquake won't be known for some time. The Mugu villages are at least two-days walk from the nearest town -- and that's when roads are clear and weather fine.
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At the Academy Awards, the fate of approximately 2,500 Carteret Islanders alighted upon public consciousness when my film was announced as a nominee for Best Documentary Short Subject.
While the popularity and relevance of the Academy Award ceremony have waxed and waned over the years, movies have remained a good bellwether of America's interests.
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