The Great North: From Greenland to Siberia

90 minutes | Canada, France | 2017
Director: Jacques Ducoin

The Far North is a little-known world, a hostile land ruled by ice and cold. Go above the Arctic Circle to meet the rare inhabitants and the animals who populate this immense territory, from Spitsbergen in Norway to the shores of Greenland, and take the long Northwest Passage, the maritime corridor located above Canada and Alaska, to Siberia.

You will also share the lives of the Dolgans, reindeer herders from the Taymyr region, joining them in their village for a traditional festival and during a migration. You will see how these men and women still live in symbiosis with nature as their ancestors have done for centuries.

.Friday January 18th, 2019, 1pm, French version
Monday January 21st, 2019, 7pm, English version
Wednesday January 23rd, 2019, 7pm, French version

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