Ánorâk Film [DK]
Box 1272 DK-3900 Nuuk Greenland
general manager: Emile Hertling Péronard
Founded in 2011 Ánorâk Film is a Greenland based production company focusing on telling authentic stories in a Greenlandic context. The first film from Ánorâk Film was the feature documentary "SUMÉ - The Sound of a Revolution" which was selected as the first ever film from Greenland to screen at the Berlinale (Panorama 2015). It has screened at more than 50 international film festivals, and won two awards at imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Filmfestival 2014. Ánorâk Film also produces programming and information campaigns for TV and web, but always with a focus on authenticity and through a set of ethical values put forward by owners Inuk Silis Høegh and Emile Hertling Péronard. Building a bridge between Europe and the Arctic, Ánorâk Film also engages as co-producer on international film productions such as "Aquarela" by Victor Kossakovsky, and other works within both documentary and fiction.