The irrepressible Aaju Peter pursues a major goal: To create a permanent EU forum for Indigenous peoples. At the same, she delves into her own origins. When she was a child, she was sent away from her family in Greenland to Denmark, losing both her mother tongue and her indigenous culture. When she grew up, she fled to Arctic Canada, only to experience the colonization of the Inuit there too. Now, Peter fights for justice to create a better future for her grandchildren and future generations.
Twice Colonized is a participant of Project: Hatched 2023.
ABOUT THE DIRECTOR
Lin Alluna’s (she/her) films focus on brave women who want to change the world. Twice Colonized is her debut feature; it premiered at Sundance in 2023 and was the first film to open both CPH:DOX and HOT DOCS. She teaches filmmaking and is chair member at the Danish Film Director’s association, and a graduate of the prestigious National Film School of Denmark. She is an alumni/lab fellow at IDFAcademy, UnionDocs, DFI Outreach, Nordic Talents and Circle Doc Accelerator.
ABOUT THE PRODUCERS
Emile Hertling Péronard (he/him) is an Oscar-nominated Greenlandic film producer based in Denmark with production company Ánorâk Film. Working to build bridges between Europe and the Arctic through films, Emile focuses on documentaries as well as fiction projects. He is the Chair of Arctic Indigenous Film Fund and is on the steering committee of ARTEF – the Anti-Racism Taskforce for European Film. His films have screened at Cannes, Venice, Berlinale, and Sundance.
Alethea Arnaquq-Baril (she/her) is an Inuit filmmaker and activist from Canada. She directed and produced Angry Inuk (2016), which won the Hot Docs Audience Award and was also named one of Canada’s Top Ten feature films of 2016. She was awarded the Canadian Meritorious Service Cross in 2017.
Stacey Aglok (she/her) is an Inuit Producer/Writer/Director based in Iqaluit, Nunavut. Raised in Kugluktuk, Aglok got her start as a documentary production assistant in a documentary, and produced the drama Throat Song (2013). She has also helped produce and direct one of the most well-known Inuit language television shows, Qanurli.
Bob Moore (he/him) is a creative producer at EyeSteelFilm in Montreal, where he has produced more than 40 feature documentaries since 2008. He has been the recipient of more than 100 international awards, including Emmys, Cinema Eyes, Golden Horses, Owls, Phoenixes, and a variety of other celebratory animal-themed prizes. Moore is currently an advisor working with the Sundance Institute, IDFA, QUMRA, Tokyo Docs, Hot Docs, and others.