Everybody is talking about a Sámi boom now, at least in the Nordic region. However, the Skábmagovat Indigenous Peoples’ Film Festival has been promoting and spreading knowledge of Sámi film for 20 years now. This might not come as a real surprise considering the fact that Skábmagovat is the oldest existing Sámi indigenous film festival, which takes place in Inari, the very north of Sápmi (the northern part of Finland). Cinema Scandinavia sat down with executive director . . .
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