SÁPMI I: SOGSAKK RETRO 26.1.2018 11:00 SAJOS

 

hopeiset-piekanat

Silbá boaimmážat / Hopeiset piekanat     

Sápmi/Finland, 2006, 7′

Director/Screenwriter: Päivi Prusti

Languages: North Sámi, Spanish; subt. Finnish

Tuomo Holmberg, who has returned home after living abroad for years, reflects on what the world has taught him.

 

jos-kaikki-menee-hyvin

Jos kaikki menee hyvin

Sápmi/Finland, 2006, 5′

Director: Anni Ahlakorpi

Languages: Sámi, Finnish; subt. Finnish

Henry Valle and Sierga Rasmus, two high school students, reflect on their future: to stay in the north or to go?

 

mummon-kuumat-jalat

Mummon kuumat jalat

Sápmi/Finland, 4′

Director: Sunna Kitti

Languages: North Sámi

When an eagle takes the dog, help is needed from the grandmother.

 

solju

Solju

Sápmi/Finland, 2012, 21′

Director: Marjo Ulkuniemi

Producer: Sogsakk

Languages: Sámi; subt. Finnish

The Sámi silversmith Petteri Laiti teaches his son Sami to carry on the tradition. In addition to making the object, the apprentice needs to know its history and cultural meaning. Laiti is now working on a woman’s silver brooch, to which the teacher Outi Länsman has a passionate relationship: every brooch has its own story.

 

taamoa

Taamoa

Sápmi/Finland, 2008, 7′

Director: Anneli Lappalainen

Languages: Sámi, Finnish; subt. Finnish

Oula Näkkäläjärvi, an old-timer in the area, gets a reindeerhand, Jussi who comes from Central Finland. Together, they try to tame Jussi’s reindeer.

 

naurun_pisaroita

Gávdnasa goaikkanasat / Naurun pisaroita         

Sápmi/Finland, 2005, 25′

Director: Ima Aikio-Arianaick

Languages: Sámi; subt. Finnish

Alfred Holmberg, 66, lives alone in Ollila, Utsjoki. He has had his troubles in his life, a life characterised by hunting willow grouse and knitting. Nevertheless, he has kept up his ability to laugh and be optimistic about life.

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