The dance film Juhtijh premiered at the first Sami dance film festival Låvda. Read more about the festival here.

About the dance film juhtijh: 

- Juhtijh means "nomad/moving people" in Southern Sami and is a dance film that celebrates Sami culture by telling how important nature is to the survival of indigenous people. This is something that is really up to date with todays climate issues.

The film is based on how the Sámi have since time immemorial seen mother earth as the main pillar of culture and how we have always taken care of nature in order to pass on traditions. It highlights today's problems with prevailing climate changes and how they affect reindeer husbandry.

The film can be purchased for various festivals or events.

You will find a link to the trailer for the film HERE