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Greenland Eyes International Film Festival

Date:
Sunday, May 10, 2015
Time:
12:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Location:
Q?rius Theater
Ground floor, National Museum of Natural History
10th St. and Constitution Ave. N.W.
Washington, DC 20013
United States

 

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  Jody Sperling, "Ice Station Practice 7"
 

Presented as part of the Arctic Spring Festival at the National Museum of Natural History. 

Greenland Eyes is the largest festival focusing on Greenland. The films selected provide audiences with a greater awareness of Greenland and its importance globally for reasons ranging from climate change, oil and mineral exploration, and cultural practices.

Join us as we feature a variety of the festival’s films, and discuss with Stephen Loring, Museum Anthropologist and Arctic Archaeologist, National Museum of Natural History, and filmmaker Staffan Julen.

 

Film Schedule

12:00 pm Tupilaq  (6 min)
Village at the End of the World (82 min)

2:00 pm The Prize of the Pole (80 min)
        Q & A with director Staffan Julen moderated by Stephen Loring

4:00 pm Why We Fight (5 min)
Sume – the Sound of a Revolution (72 min)


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