The Last Walk is a collection of three works of short fiction stitched together to tell stories that highlight the common experiences Indigenous People have undertaken in each filmmaker’s specific home region.
The stories take place in these select unforgiving arctic regions of the circumpolar north, where indigenous communities work to maintain a strong cultural connection to the land and animals.
This project is a storytelling initiative that tries to highlight the struggle indigenous peoples of the circumpolar North face - walking in two worlds, and highlight the importance and healing power our traditional ways of life.
The films follow two sisters for whom past events have torn their close relationship apart. Many years after being separated through tragic events, they journey to find answers as a mysterious being influences their path.
BerlinaleNATIVe and European Film Market 2017
imagineNATIVE Film and Media Arts Festival 2017 (World Premiere)
Red Nation Film Festival - Award Winner for Best Short 2017 (Los Angeles Premiere)
Yellowknife International Film Festival - Audience Choice Award Winner 2017
Nuuk International Film Festival, Greenland 2017
Arctic Arts Summit - Norway 2017
Skabmagovat - Finland 2017
Dreamspeakers Film Festival 2017
The 2017 Native Voices Film Festial 2017
Arctic Moving Image Film Festival 2017