Directed by Alex Hawley | Animated/Experimental/ Digital Media | 5′ | Canada |  2015

This animated short film is a stylistic and lively story of the profound effect of climate change on the people and wildlife of the Arctic. Northern communities provide authenticity to the story of climate change because they are experiencing its impacts now, not in some distant future.
Temperature changes, unrivalled anywhere else on the planet, have significantly impacted the wildlife sustaining the Gwich’in First Nation and other northern communities.
This film tells the true story of Norma, a Gwich’in woman who has experience dramatic changes in her way of life in just a few decades.


Thursday 3rd November, 6pm | Short Films Series | FREE | Medulla Art GAllery