Greenland Eyes International Film Festival
|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.
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)