For more than thirty years, Francis Latreille has been crisscrossing the Arctic to encounter people of the Far North. The Dolgans, the Nenets, the Chukchi, the Yakuts, the Sami, the Koryaks and the Inuit maintain a traditional way of life while their territories are highly threatened by climate change. Throughout his years of travel, the photographer was accompanying them during their transhumances in the tundra, at fishing and hunting and was sharing their daily lives. It is through these privileged relationships that this tribute to the ethnic groups from the cold took shape.
A magnificent documentary painting a striking portrait of these men and women who continue to stand up to the elements and modernity. An invitation to discover the world full of humanity of these last peoples of the Ice Age.