One of the landmarks of American independent film, NORTHERN LIGHTS won the Caméra d’Or (best-directed first feature) at the Cannes Film Festival. An old man (played by 94-year-old Henry Martinson, an actual participant in the dramatized events) turns the pages of a brittle diary, and we’re back in the winter of 1915, as Robert Behling crisscrosses a bleak North Dakota in his Model T to drum up support for the Nonpartisan League against the trust-held grain elevators, trains, and banks that constantly threaten foreclosure. 64 more words
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Tromsø, Februar 2014. Eine Hundeschlittentour durchs endlose Weiß. Rentier-Eintopf im urigen Zelt am Lagerfeuer. Kristallklare Luft. Und mitten in der Stille der Polarnacht: der Tanz der Nordlichter.