Dolastallat – To Have a Campfire is an experimental short film about a Sámi woman going to the mountains in Kola Peninsula, and having a modern campfire with an unexpected creature. The vast landscape bears hints of Arctic mining industry and there is also a reference to the old Sámi myth.
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English title / Dolastallat – To Have a Campfire
Teoksen nimi suomeksi / Dolastallat – Tulistella
Original title / Dolastallat - To Have a Campfire
Keywords / animals, environment, folk stories, Sámi, indigenous people, Mining, Kola peninsula
Type / Single channel
Genre / environmental issues, experimental
Country / Finland
Picture ratio / 16:9
Duration / 00:05:48
Sound format / Stereo
Year / 2016
Cast / Mauri Lähdesmäki (Cinematographer), Tapani Rinne (Composer), Marja Helander (Director), Mauri Lähdesmäki (Editor), Marja Helander (Producer), Mauri Lähdesmäki (Assistant Director), Kai Tuomola (Assistant Director), Marja Helander (Performer), Marja Helander (Script), Marja Helander (Author), Kai Tuomola (Sound Design), Pekka Aikio (Sound Design)