FINGER LAKES ENVIRONMENTAL FILM FESTIVAL VIRTUAL TALK BACK
Thursday, July 2
|Welcome! You are invited to join a meeting: FLEFF Virtual Talkback – One Day in the Life of Noah Piugattuk. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the meeting.Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival co-directors, Dr. Patricia Zimmermann and Dr. Thomas Shevory, will facilitate an open discussion forum on the award-winning film, One Day in the Life of Noah Piugattuk. The film is now available for virtual cinema screenings via https://cinemapolis.org/film/one-day-in-the-life-of-noah-piugattuk/ This is one of many films available as part of FLEFF’s “virtual film festival” this summer, as the embodied festival was cancelled due to the outbreak of COVID-19. A listing of other virtual FLEFF titles can be found at https://cinemapolis.org/fleff/zoom.us|
Led by Dr. Patricia R. Zimmermann and Dr. Thomas Shevory, Codirectors of the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival
Discussion of the current release narrative film (Zacharias Kunuk, Canada, 2019)
In this award-winning, compelling ethnodrama by acclaimed Canadian Indigenous filmmaker Zacharias Kunuk, Noah Piugattuk’s nomadic Inuit band live and hunt by dog team, just as his ancestors did. When the white man known as Boss arrives in camps, what appears as a chance meetings soon opens up the prospect of momentous change.
Film is available for rental for $12 through Cinemapolis via this link: https://cinemapolis.org/film/one-day-in-the-life-of-noah-piugattuk/
(note: film is only available to those residing in the State of New York. The Cinemapolis Virtual Cinema screening is geoblocked for access via other states or countries by the distributor))
The film is one of the Virtual Cinema films featured in the 2020 Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival in partnership with Cinemapolis that was initiated when the COVID 19 pandemic shuttered all movie theaters.
50% of the proceeds of this rental support Cinemapolis, the nonprofit art cinema of Central New York and Ithaca.
Cosponsored by the Ithaca College Faculty Council, the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival, and Cinemapolis