Pipaluk Kreutzmann Jorgensen (Greenlandic/Kalaallit Nunaat)
Greenland/United States | 2018 | 85 min | Greenlandic with English Subtitles | Dramatic Feature | International Premiere 

Fri Oct 19 7:45 PM
TIFF Bell Lightbox Cinema 3
Part of

Set amongst the stunning landscapes of Greenland and the towering buildings of New York City, ANORI is a love story inspired by old Greenlandic myths. It is the story of Anori, a woman who believes only in all that is good in life, and Inuk, a man whose love for her knows no bounds. After a tragic accident involving Inuk, Anori struggles to accept that good does not always prevail. As the dark forces of human nature threaten to overcome her, she is determined to bring back the light at all costs. ANORI is a milestone film as the first movie to be directed by a Greenlandic woman and features a stunning performance by the renowned Nukaaka Coster-Waldau in the lead role.

Pipaluk Kreutzmann Jørgensen finds her place in film, theatre and writing. She produced, wrote and directed her first theater play at the age of 26. Since then she has started her own production company Karitas Productions in Nuuk, the capital of Greenland, from where she produces, co-produces and directs both shorts, features and documentaries. Today she is a successful producer and director and Chairman of the Board of the recently founded Greenlandic Film Association: Film.GL.