White Paper

The Capitol - RMIT University
13 May $9

White Paper

Nanoq Consult & Inulnua Stories

Mining greed in Greenland and its effect on ancient land, and the health of an entire community: exposed.

Greenland Minerals Limited—an Australian-owned exploration company—has a license to pursue an open-pit mine that would extract radioactive soils. The local people are in the way.

This world premiere of this documentary features the comments and dire warnings gathered during the mining company’s public consultations. Their reality is at imminent risk of changing dramatically, but who will listen?

Please note: this short film screens alongside A Piece of Us and Say Something.

Dates & Times

  • Thu 13 May 7pm

Runtime: 90 minutes

Tickets

  • Adult $9
  • Blaktix $5

Transaction fees may apply

Key Artists

David Ottosen (Inuit, Greenland)

Credits

  • Co-director & Co-procucer: David Heilmann Ottosen
  • Co-director & Co-producer: Paninnguaq Lind Jensen
  • Special effects: Marc Fussing Rosbach

Accessibility

Wheelchair Accessible

Additional Info

Presented by YIRRAMBOI Festival.

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