Village at the End of the World

Village at the End of the World
  • 2012
  • Denmark / UK / Greenland
  • 1h 20min
  • 12A
  • Directed by: Sarah Gavron/David Katznelson
  • UK release: 10 May 2013

Documentary about the tiny settlement of Niaqornat in Greenland, home to just over 50 people. Director Gavron focuses on the inhabitants, creating a sensitive portrait of a disappearing culture, and while it isn't revelatory in content or style, it's considered and thoughtful.

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The Village at the End of the World

10 May 20133 stars

Sensitively-made documentary about remote village life in Greenland

Niaqornat is a tiny settlement in north west Greenland. Accessible only by helicopter or boat, home to just over 50 people and surrounded by ice and snow for much of the year, it’s truly deserving of the title of ‘the village at the end of the world’.

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