INUIAAT ISAAT means "eyes of the people".

The site is a free film archive with private super8 films from Greenland from the 1950s, 60s and 70s. The footage has never been shown publicly before and has been collected during Anorak Film's research in the making of the documentary "Sumé - The Sound of a Revolution".

INUIAAT ISAAT is a window to Greenland's past, that has never before been presented to the public.

Greenland didn't have its own TV productions before 1982. All registered footage before that time, was made by foreign film makers who stayed in Greenland for short periods with large film crews. The footage on this site is made by the Greenlandic people themselves. There's no antropological distance, It is all personal, intimate and real.

Help us to learn more about the films on the site. Write a comment or send us a message if you recognize places, people, events or anything else that can make INUIAAT ISAAT even better. And please contact us if you have super8 films from Greenland that you want to share with us.

INUIAAT ISAAT is produced by Anorak Film I/S with support from The Government of Greenland and Sermeq Fonden.
We owe a big gratitude to all the photographers and their descendants who have helped us finding the film materials for this site!

Due to the recording technology of the time, there is no sound on the videos.