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
SEPT 2014 | Film
If you havent 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.