Briar March


Born December 10, 1980, Briar March is a documentary filmmaker and Fulbright scholar. Fascinated by polarizing and colourful subject matter, and angered by environmental and human rights issues, her films are diverse, but grounded in a passionate desire to communicate. There Once was an Island: Te Henua e Nnoho, Briar’s current project, is an award-winning feature documentary on climate change. Partly funded by PBS, the film follows three Pacific islanders in Papua New Guinea as they consider leaving their homeland and culture forever.