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Nielsine Løvstrøm from the Children’s Home Uummannaq cradles a Greenlandic puppy to keep it warm while she watches the film.


Jensigne Løvstrøm from Children’s Home Uummannaq watches the movie Inuk. She is wearing traditional clothing made out of seal skin.


Joas Korneliussen, a local hunter, watches the movie Inuk. He helped organize and transport everyone to watch the film on the ice using a snow mobile.


Ron Davis Alvarez and Sofia Hernandez Mejia are musicians and music teachers from Venezuela. They visited Children’s Home for few months this year to teach the kids music with El Sistema, a music program that aims to create great musicians while dramatically changing the life trajectory the kids it works with.


Children’s Home Uummannaq projects the Greenlandic language film, ‘Inuk,’ onto an iceberg. The film, directed by Mike Magidson, tells the story of a young urban boy who is put in a foster home in the north where his guardian sends him to the bear hunter, Ikuma, so that he may learn wisdom.



Proof – National Geographic



Written by paranoiasnfm

6 de Julho de 2014 às 14:48

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  1. It’s funny, I was just reading an article about Nicola Benedetti who also teaches children in a Sistema program 🙂

    Dawn D

    6 de Julho de 2014 at 17:50


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