Inuit lands : the melting point /
Golden Rabbit Films ; a film by Patrick Morell.
[New York] : Golden Rabbit Films, 2017.
1 videodisc (104 min.) : sound, color with black and white sequences ; 12 cm.
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[New York] : Golden Rabbit Films, 2017.
credits note
Camera, Patrick Morell ; editor, Patrick Morell ; music, Jeff Trueman.
general note
Originally produced as a motion picture in 2016.
Jean Malaurie.
"The film is a tribute to Jean Malaurie's lifetime work on the Arctic People. After spending 1950-51 with an isolated group of Eskimos in northern Greenland, sharing their life at the very edge of survival, Jean Malaurie and his companions returned to Thule village to confront a U.S. Air Force base under construction, and suddenly, 'Men who lived by the harpoon found themselves in the Atomic Age.' When he returned to the Arctic in 1972, the base had irreversibly transformed the Eskimo (Inuit) culture. Addressing these topics and his own experiences, his book The Last King of Thule (1955) earned internationally [sic] acclaim. The film continues in Malaurie's footsteps and exposes changes affecting the small hunting and fishing communities of northern Greenland today, including globalization, market economy, exploitation of its natural resources and climate change."--Container.
language note
In French, Inuktun (Polar Inuit) and English, with English subtitles.
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technical details
DVD-R; NTSC format, all regions; 1920x1080 HD; 29.9 fps; LPCM stereo.

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