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.
The full list of Grierson winners can be found here: