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THE OPENING OF THE SKÁBMAGOVAT FILM FESTIVAL (FREE)

THE OPENING OF THE SKÁBMAGOVAT FILM FESTIVAL (FREE)   The opening of the Skábmagovat Film Festival is held at the Northern Lights Theater built of snow and it is hosted by Ailu Valle and Amoc aka Mikkal Morottaja, one of the most famous rap artists in Sápmi homeland. The opening ceremony will see e.g. Inari Sámi livde (vocal expression), great short films, interviews and sneak peek to the Nannaam band’s multivisual concert, that is part of the festival program. Join us on Friday 29.1. from 7 pm to watch the opening of the global festival and its diverse program!  
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PANEL DISCUSSION FOR THE YOUTH (FREE)

PANEL DISCUSSION FOR THE YOUTH (FREE)     Panel Discussion: Various Forms of Influence    As part of the Skábmagovat Young People’s Day, the Youth Council of the Sámi Parliament arranges a panel discussion on various forms of influence.  The panel will look at Sámi ways of having an impact and different paths to influence.  A recording will be available on the website of the Youth Council after the festival.   Panelists: Ailu Valle, rap artist, Anna Lumikivi, musician, Ida-Maria Helander, Sámi activist, Aslak Paltto, journalist, reindeer herder.     GO TO THE ONLINE FESTIVAL SITE
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SKÁBMA CORNER (FREE)

SKÁBMA CORNER (FREE)   I’ve been thinking about this issue of storytelling ethics. What responsibilities do we carry when we share story? To whom or what are we accountable? Ultimately, in its simplest form, story is about relationships. The same can be said about sovereignty. Both story and sovereignty are an action, a gesture of relationship to the land, to the water, to each other, to our non-human relations, to our ancestors, and to generations to come. The relationship between story and sovereignty is one that is upheld by a rich history of cultural and legal protocols distinct to our
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SHOW FOR CHILDREN – North Sámi -Only in Finland, Sweden, Norway (FREE)

SHOW FOR CHILDREN – North Sámi -Only in Finland, Sweden, Norway (FREE)   Hállojuvvon dávvesámegillii   Aamu stuorra liidni lea mánáidfilbma, mii ovttastahttá máidnasiid ja dokumeantafilmma sihke govvejuvvon materiála ja animašuvnna.   The Great Shawl of Aamu is a children’s film bringning together fairy tales and documentary, live footage and animation.   Aamu iso huivi on lasten elokuva, joka yhdistää tarinoita ja dokumenttielokuvaa, sekä kuvattua materiaalia ja animaatiota.   AAMU STUORRA LIIDNI Canada, 2020, 42 min     GO TO THE ONLINE FESTIVAL SITE  
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SHOW FOR CHILDREN – Finnish -Only in Finland (FREE)

SHOW FOR CHILDREN – Finnish -Only in Finland (FREE)   Puhuttu suomeksi    Aamu iso huivi on lasten elokuva, joka yhdistää tarinoita ja dokumenttielokuvaa, sekä kuvattua materiaalia ja animaatiota.    Aamu stuorra liidni lea mánáidfilbma, mii ovttastahttá máidnasiid ja dokumeantafilmma sihke govvejuvvon materiála ja animašuvnna.   The Great Shawl of Aamu is a children’s film bringning together fairy tales and documentary, live footage and animation.   AAMUN ISO HUIVI Canada, 2020, 42 min   GO TO THE ONLINE FESTIVAL SITE
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SHOW FOR YOUNG PEOPLE (FREE)

SHOW FOR YOUNG PEOPLE (FREE)   The programme for young people consists of a wide variety of short films from all around the world. At the screening we will also present film productions created by youth themselves at the Ngā Pakiaka – Through Our Lens workshop, done in co-operation between Skábmagovat Film Festival, Māoriland Film Festival and International Sámi Film Institute. Films were made in just a few days.   SÁHTÁŠII LEAT VEARRÁTGE Sápmi/Finland, 2020, 4 min. SUODJI / SHELTER Sápmi/Finland/Norway, 2019, 4 min GUHPARASTIN Sápmi/Norway, 2020, 2 min. NAJA / LITTLE SISTER Greenland/Denmark, 2020, 5 min. NGĀ PAKIAKA PRESENTS
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CONCERT: Nannaam is a new ensemble from Inari playing pop music in endangered Inari Saami language

CONCERT: Nannaam is a new ensemble from Inari playing pop music in endangered Inari Saami language.   Nannaam is a new ensemble from Inari playing pop music in endangered Inari Saami language.   Their music takes you from a home lake to the big cities, visit the graves of celebrities and then go back to where it all started. On the way you have desperate relationships and anxiety of climate change, and other phenomena of today.   Lyrics and compositions are made by an Inari Saami artist Heli Huovinen. Music is produced by an Inuk musician and producer Uyarakq. Media
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