Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Three-day conference between 7-9 March in Kautokeino will find “a common goal to enhance Arctic film industry”. Organised by the International Sámi Film Institute, with the Sámi University of Applied Sciences and the Norwegian Film Institute, the three-day Indigenous Film Conference in the Arctic between 7-9 March


Newsletter March 2018

International focus on Indigenous Cinema

Photo: International Sami Film Institute

Three-day conference between 7-9 March in Kautokeino will find “a common goal to enhance Arctic film industry”. 

Organised by the International Sámi Film Institute, with the Sámi University of Applied Sciences and the Norwegian Film Institute, the three-day Indigenous Film Conference in the Arctic between 7-9 March in Kautokeino (northern Norway) will gather app 120 international film professionals to discuss “a common goal to enhance the  Arctic indigenous film industry.” “A unique opportunity for executives and financiers to meet indigenous filmmakers from all over the Arctic” – not only Norway, also from Denmark/Greenland, Finland, Russia, Canada and the US – as managing director Anne Lajla Utsi, of the the International Sámi Film Institute, described the event, which also will host a board meeting of the European Film Academy. Read more
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