The life of an Inuit hunter in a changing Greenland
The Last Igloo is an award-winning documentary film that follows Inuit hunter Julius Neilsen navigating the wondrous lands of Greenland. Julius uses traditional methods to hunt, find shelter and survive in the wilderness but both his way of the life and his surroundings are under threat from a changing world and a changing climate.
Watch The Last Igloo and more acclaimed documentaries on BBC Select today. Restrictions apply*.
The Last Igloo on BBC Select
What does a life entirely driven by nature and the wilderness look like? This award-winning feature-length documentary film directed by Christian Collerton explores the life of an Inuit hunter in Greenland, against the backdrop of climate change.
From travelling across stunning arctic landscape on a dog sled and fishing through ice to building an igloo for shelter in the wilderness, The Last Igloo captures everything in beautiful detail.
With exquisite drone footage and a transportive soundtrack, sit back and watch The Last Igloo, a Slow TV experience like no other.
More documentaries you might like...
Wild Weather: Our World Under Threat
Is climate change leading to ‘freak’ weather events becoming more frequent and intense?
History of Mother Earth: Gaia Uncovered
In space, you can hear the Earth scream... History of Mother Earth: Gaia Uncovered
Climate Change: Ade on the Frontline
The islands that are being lost to climate change from Climate Change: Ade on the Frontline
Australia on Fire: Climate Emergency
Are the recent apocalyptic bushfires in Australia a vision of a climate change future?