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Hunter Snyder

HUNTER SNYDER is a filmmaker and scholar whose work seeks to agitate the representational relationships between land and labor. As Greenland's first Fulbright fellow, and as a National Geographic Young Explorer, his work explores how Inuit balance hunting and fishing practices amid the prospects of large-scale mining.

Correspondence: Ben Mendelsohn talks to filmmakers Peter Bo Rappmund and Hunter Snyder about contemporary landscape cinema and the politics of infrastructure

If you haven’t met before, let me introduce you. At the “Lines & Nodes” screening series in September, we'll be showing a film by each of you and I'd love to have you engage in an open-ended dialogue about your work.

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The Brooklyn Rail

NOV 2019

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