Straddling the Arctic and Atlantic oceans lies the largest island in the world, Greenland (Kalaallit Nunaat in Greenlandic). 84% of the territory is permanently covered in ice. Despite the harsh living conditions of its 56,000 inhabitants - most of the island is above the Arctic Circle - for 4,500 years the Inuit culture has developed there, better known by its name than by its reality.
A unique place where the day-to-day life of this community converges with the desire of its visitors to live an authentic polar experience that challenges all limits.
GREENLAND: THE GREEN LAND is a show where cinema, music, humour, poetry and live painting come together to discover Kalaallit Nunaat from different prisms.