A new film by multiple award-winning film maker Inuk Jørgensen in collaboration with Koda Award-winning Frederik K. Elsner. A short film project highlighting the connection between the Inuit of Greenland and the ice cap, intertwined with Greenlandic folklore and set against the backdrop of the current climate crisis.
Told from an Indigenous perspective the film explores the decades old relationship between Inuit of Greenland and the ice cap, intertwined with Greenlandic folklore and set against the backdrop of the current climate crisis. The Inuit have always thrived in proximity to the Arctic ice - what will happen now as the ice is disappearing will affect not just the Inuit communities in the far north but everyone.
10 minutes approx., 1.85:1 (1998x1080p), stereo/5.1 (DCP)
A modern and atmospheric original score by renowned Greenlandic artist Frederik Elsner of Nanook.
"Ice like you've never seen it."
"Imagine you had to go on a journey."
"A marriage of modern cinema and traditional Inuit storytelling."