The Fight for Greenland - Documentary Screenings: Online via Indy On Demand (www.indyondemand.com): Link will be live between 19th-24th of July. An Lanntair Arts Centre, Isle of Lewis: Wednesday the 21st of July (time TBC). Berneray Community Hall, North Uist: Monday the 19th of July at 5.30pm. Information: Country of Origin: Denmark/Greenland/Norway Year Released: 2020 Run time: 1h 35min Language: Greenlandic/Danish with English subtitles Director: Kenneth Sorento Classification: 12A (HIFF) Featuring: Ane Marie Andersen, Dorthe Andersen & Erneeraq Andersen. Description: The world’s largest island has been part of Denmark since 1721, but a significant majority of the 56,000 inhabitants now want independence. Greenlanders feel that their culture and language is threatened, making it one of the main reasons behind the many suicides among young people. However, the Danish speaking Greenlanders feel discriminated against and want to keep their ties to Denmark. The film follows four young Greenlanders, who each in their own way insist on taking responsibility for the future of their country. The documentary explores the difficult balance between the right to self-determination and xenophobic nationalism, and between traditional culture and globalization.