Residents of an industrial town in the Arctic ponder how pollution affects their lives and the landscape.
Victoria Fiore is a documentary director and editor based in London and Naples. Her films focus on issues of home and belonging around the world, from youth gangs in Italy to closed Russian Arctic mining cities and slave communities in the Sahara, blending reality with elements of fiction and performance. She has been awarded two documentary residencies at the British Film Institute and is part of IDFA Academy 2016 and Berlinale Talents 2017. She is currently in production with her first feature film.