Afternoon Film: The Sun at Midnight

2:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Crandall Public Library
Christine L. McDonald Community Room

Event Details

(Canada, 2016, 93 mins, color, R, 2017 American Indian Flim Festival nominee and winner)

Starring Devery Jacobs and Duane Howard

Sixteen-year-old Native American city girl Lia is sent to spend the summer with her grandmother in a small community in Canada’s breathtaking Northwest Territories. Desperate to return home she steals a boat and becomes lost in the vast wilderness where she is discovered by Alfred, a Gwich’in hunter. Reluctantly taking her under his wing, their unexpected friendship develops and both will be tested when Alfred is severely wounded in a bear attack and Lia fights to save their lives. - GreyShackFilms.com

"The Sun at Midnight is a lyrically crafted, cross-generational, tenderly told tale [that captures] delicately layered, revealed emotional moments amidst the grandeur and breathtaking raw beauty of the immense Arctic wilderness." Prairie Miller, WBAI/Pacifica National Radio Network


Event Type(s): Film Program
Age Group(s): Adults