U.S. PREMIERE

DOCUMENTARY SHORT | GREENLAND | 6 MINUTES | English

Where Dreams Are Forgotten

Endorsed by the UN-mandated Spokesperson for the Rights of the Child calling it “a call for action”, ‘Where Dreams Are Forgotten’ is filmed in what was once the economic center of the colonial Arctic and deals with the prospects of the ever evolving infrastructure set against the stark reality for the local population. Told through noisy images the film transports you to a neglected and often forgotten part of the sub-polar regions of the world’s largest island where the youngest generations are the ones who suffer the most in a post-colonial struggle of an entire society.

CAST & CREDITS

Directed by Inuk Jørgensen

Award-winning short film writer/director. Educated from the university of Aarhus, Denmark, Inuk has been making home movies and short animations since his childhood in Greenland. As an adult he has been involved in several documentary and short film productions as well as being an active member of the film making community of Greenland, Film.gl. As an indigenous filmmaker he has a focus on aesthetic images and personal stories that touch upon the identity, history, and culture of the Greenlandic Inuit people.

Director

Inuk Jørgensen

Producer

Inuk Jørgensen

Screenwriter

Inuk Jørgensen

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Showtimes

Sunday, November 5

Screening: 1:00PM

The ticket will give access to all films
listed in the program.

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your name will be at ‘Will Call’

Fine Arts Theatre

8556 Wilshire Blvd
Beverly Hills, CA 90211

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Beverly Hills City Garage
321 S La Cienega Blvd

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Free After 6pm (7pm on Wilshire)

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