Twice Colonized18

Directed by Lin Alluna | Denmark | 2023 | 1h 31m | Danish & Inuktitut w/ English subtitles

With an unwavering commitment to securing a brighter future for generations of her people, renowned Inuit lawyer Aaju Peter embarks on a mission to hold Denmark and Canada accountable for their colonial past. Through this compassionate documentary, filmmaker Lin Alluna provides a platform for Peter to share her remarkable journey, encompassing the rich history of her culture and the compelling narrative of her own family. Nominated for the World Cinema Documentary Award at Sundance Film Festival 2023.

Screening on International Inuit Day as part of Native Spirit Festival 2023.


‘It’s a brave and generous undertaking from Peter, which is handled with respect and sensitivity by Alluna.’
Wendy Ide, Screen International

‘“Twice Colonized” has a curiosity and a complexity that distinguish it from various other admiring activist portraits in the documentary sphere…’
Guy Lodge, Variety

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