Screening as part of our very special mispon After Dark program co-presented by imagineNATIVE and sponsored by the Department of Film at the University of Regina.
Greenland, 2014, 92 minutes
Greenlandic, English subtitles
Childhood friends Minik and Hans are in need of some adventure when Hans suggests they spend one night in a house that is believed to be haunted. They bring a camera to record the possible supernatural experiences and as they settle in for the night, strange and terrible things begin to happen. In an artistic style referencing Japanese horror, this suspenseful story will leave you on the edge of your seat.
Malik Kleist was educated as a television technician in 2004. Majoring in filming, lighting, sound recording and mixing, he had worked as a cameraman, editor and technical chief on several youth programs until he started Tumit Production to work in film. He is know for Qaqqat Alanngui and Unnuap Taarnerpaaffiani. Malik is working on his next film, Angut Tarraqanngitsoq (The Man Without a Shadow).