The Sun at Midnight is a Canadian drama film, directed by Kirsten Carthew and released in 2016. The film stars Duane Howard as Alfred, a caribou hunter in the Canadian Arctic who befriends Lia (Kawennáhere Devery Jacobs), a rebellious teenager who has been sent to the area to live with her grandmother following the death of her mother.
The film was shot in 2015 in Yellowknife and Fort McPherson, Northwest Territories. It premiered on September 25, 2016 in Fort McPherson, before going on to screenings on the film festival circuit.
It did not receive widespread commercial distribution in Canada, but instead was broadcast by HBO Canada; in 2018, it was picked up for American theatrical distribution by Monterey Media.