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Film showcase brings Finland to Bellingham

Mythology, Moomins, Indigenous rights and more

Ida-Maria Helander is the former president and current vice president of the Finnish Sámi Youth. The 2021 film “Eatnameamet” (“Our Silent Struggle") focuses on the present-day endeavor of the Sámis to maintain their Indigenous culture and way of life. It can be seen as part of a Finnish Film Showcase taking place Feb. 3–5 at the FireHouse Arts and Events Center.
Ida-Maria Helander is the former president and current vice president of the Finnish Sámi Youth. The 2021 film “Eatnameamet” (“Our Silent Struggle") focuses on the present-day endeavor of the Sámis to maintain their Indigenous culture and way of life. It can be seen as part of a Finnish Film Showcase taking place Feb. 3–5 at the FireHouse Arts and Events Center. (Photo courtesy of Anssi Kömi)
By Amy Kepferle Staff Reporter
Geographically speaking, Bellingham resident Hanna Winter lives approximately 4,633 miles from Finla
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