Village at the End of the World

Lars is the only teenager in town who, in a community of hunters doesn't want to hunt. Niaqornat in North West Greenland has a population of 59, if the population falls below 50 then the village will lose its Danish subsidies and there is a danger of the entire village being relocated to the nearest town. Whilst the rest of the community pull together to try and re-open the fish factory, Lars begins to plan his escape.

Director's Biography
SARAH GAVRON, born 1970, graduated with an M.A. in film studies from Edinburgh University. Her graduation film LOSING TOUCH (2000, short) was screened at the Berlinale in 2001. She worked for the BBC for three years before studying feature film directing at the National Film and Television School in London. For her feature film debut BRICK LANE (2007), Gavron was nominated for the New Talent Award at the same year's London Film Festival. VILLAGE AT THE END OF THE WORLD, her second feature film, had its world premiere at the BFI London in 2012.
Architektur und Gesellschaft | Architecture and Society 2013
Sarah Gavron
Denmark / Great Britain 2013
79 minutes
OV with English subtitles
Cinematography David Katznelson
Editing Hugh Williams Russell, Crockett Jerry Rothwell
Sound/Sounddesign Bobby Hess
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