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A Native father and his son, from vastly different worlds, reunited 80 miles above the Arctic Circle.

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Walton talks about the challenges of filming a reticent father and son in the tiny village of Old Crow, 80 miles north of the Arctic Circle.

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A young artist talks about his artwork, his desire for a gallery show and the subject of art vs. commerce.

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Old Crow, a small town above the Arctic Circle, remains a vibrant community where young and old mix their traditional Native lifestyle with a modern one.

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A Ski-Doo can be an exhilarating mode of transport, but when it breaks down in the snow, fixing it becomes a frustrating endeavor.

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The U.S. government wants to open the caribou calving grounds in Alaska up for oil drilling. One man explains why it's important to preserve the grounds.

  • Updated on March 31, 2014

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Arctic Son (90 min.)

Premiere Date: August 21, 2007

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Filmmaker: Andrew Walton Bio | Interview | Statement

Press: Fact Sheet | Critical Acclaim | Press Release

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Critical Acclaim

The story Mr. Walton tells — this is his first documentary — primarily concerns a generational divide and a clash of cultures, and he may have thought it best not to blur that focus. But a strong benefit of Arctic Son is a chance to see something of the country and the lives that remain at the mercy of others.”

— Daniel M. Gold
The New York Times

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