Our feature-length documentary The Last Igloo has won a Grierson award for Natural History.
The judges said:
” The judges were hypnotised by this atmospheric film about a livelihood that feels completely other. The slow pace of the narrative was described as a meditative balm that leaves the viewer feeling enriched. To document a way of life that may be lost to future generations in such an original, captivating and immersive way is incredibly important. “
Congratulations to director Christian Collerton, and everyone who worked on the documentary.
And a special thanks to Julius, the Inuit hunter who stars in the film, and the people of Tasiilaq, East Greenland.
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