The ÁRRAN arena is outside Hålogaland Teater. It is the world's largest lávvu with a 270-degree screen, designed to showcase purpose-made films.
The Lávvu has a strong tradition in the Sámi culture, as it has been both a home and a spiritual space for the Sámi people for centuries. The lávvu has been a shelter in the harsh Arctic winters and was constructed to endure strong winds. The traditional lávvu has always been mobile, and as the famous poet Aillohaš said: 'My home is in my heart, and it migrates with me.' Entering the film lávvu you will step into a circular space where the past meets the future.
ÁRRAN 360° started as an official part of the extended program of 'The Sámi Pavilion' at the 59th International Art Exhibition of La Biennale de Venezia. ÁRRANs first-of-its-kind film project features original 360-degree films created by leading filmmakers from across Sápmi.
Read more about ÁRRAN 360° here: https://isfi.no/arran-360/