INTERESTED IN BEING AMONG THE FIRST TO SCREEN THIS SHORT?
"A CALL FOR ACTION. THE DIRECTOR MAKES A STRONG
POINT WITH THIS FILM AND THE MESSAGE IS TRUTH."
Aviâja Egede Lynge, spokesperson for the Rights of the Child, Greenland
Premiere will be announced on February 6th, 2023
Filmed in what was once the economic center of the colonial Arctic 'Where Dreams Are Forgotten' deals with the prospects of the ever evolving infrastructure set against the stark reality for the local population. Told through noisy images the film transports the viewer to a neglected and often forgotten part of the world's largest island where the youngest generations are the ones who suffer the most in a post-colonial struggle of an entire society.
Synopsis (short): A small indigenous community struggling with post-colonial dreams of belonging to the developing Arctic while its citizens are battling the stark reality where the youngest generations are the ones who pay the highest price.
An atmospheric score and sound engineered by Jukka Wagnholt of Secure Escape, also an Indigenous artist native to southern Greenland.
Documentary, short film.
Qaqortoq, Southern Greenland
6 minutes 15 seconds
1.85:1 ratio (1998x1080p, 2K), stereo.
More about the film:
Festival-version of the film will be available through FilmFreeway and an electronic Press Kit available here.
For a high quality, downloadable screener or a DCP contact me.