Arctic Shorts 2022

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Arctic Shorts 2022

Come join us on Wednesday 26 January for the third edition of Arctic Shorts - a night of 7 short films from across the Arctic.

By Mission of Canada to the EU, BOZAR, International Polar Foundation and its Arctic Futures partners

When and where

Date and time

Wed, 26 Jan 2022 19:30 - 21:30 CET


Salle M, BOZAR Rue Ravensteinstraat 16 1000 Brussels Belgium

About this event

Arctic Shorts

The Mission of Canada to the EU, the International Polar Foundation and our Arctic Futures partners would like to invite you to the third edition of “Arctic Shorts” - a night of Arctic short films - on Wednesday, 26 January 2022 at the BOZAR Centre for Fine Arts.

Eight films from across the Arctic will look at the beauty, challenges and realities of life in the Arctic, its music, art and culture.

The event will take place in BOZAR Salle M, Rue Ravenstein 23, 1000 Brussels. Doors will open at 18.30 and the event will start at 19.30. Please use Entrance B.

Please note that every participant must register individually in advance.


You must show your COVID Safe Ticket or QR code (EU Digital COVID Certificate) in a printed version on paper or via the CovidSafeBE app or another accepted app (e.g. a non-Belgian app), as well as your identity card on arrival at BOZAR. Both documents are necessary to attend the event.

You must also wear a facemask throughout the whole building and during the event.

For more information on BOZAR's COVID-19 Safety Measures, please go to

We look forward to welcoming you to a unique evening of cinema.


  • Ivo, 18’, 2019, Dir: Christina Lande, North Norway
  • Nowhere Land, 15’, 2015, Dir: Rosie Bonnie Ammaaq, Canada
  • Last Dance, 7’30”, 2020, Dir: Ása Helga Hjörleifsdóttir, 2019, Iceland
  • In the Shadow of the Tugtupite, 7’, 2020, Dir: Inuk Jørgensen, Greenland
  • I väntan på döden (Awaiting Death), 12’, 2019, Dir: Lars Vega and Isabelle Björklund, North Sweden
  • Morit Elena Morit (Wake up Elena Wake up), 4’, 2017, Dir: Inga-Wiktoria Påve and Anders Sunna, East & North Finland
  • Omman (Grandma), 12’, 2019, Dir: Julia í Kálvalíð, Faroe Islands
  • I Created Memories, 2’37”, 2018, Dir: Sammy Gadbois, Québec

Arctic Shorts is held in partnership with the Arctic Futures Symposium, organised each year in Brussels by the International Polar Foundation and its many Arctic stakeholder partners.

About the organiser

Mission of Canada to the EU, BOZAR, International Polar Foundation, Finland, Faroes, Greenland, North Sweden, North Norway, Norway, Iceland, Quebec, East & North Finland, Arctic Consensus