ABOUT THE FILM

The vast Greenlandic ice sheet has been created over thousands of years but today climate change is threatening the close and sacred connection between the land moulded by ice and the Inuit who live there. Told from an Indigenous perspective the film celebrates Greenlandic mythology as much as it laments the nature we are all losing.

10 minutes approx., 1.85:1 (1998x1080p), stereo/5.1 (DCP)

Official selections/timeline

Featuring:

A modern and atmospheric original score by renowned Greenlandic artist Frederik Elsner of Nanook.


Log lines:

"Ice like you've never seen it."

"Imagine you had to go on a journey."

"A marriage of modern cinema and traditional Inuit storytelling."

STILLS

Promotional material can be found here.

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