Books & Audio

Ikuma. Carnet de tournage

2008

Art Book

This collection of interviews, photographes, illustrations and poems has published by Arnait Video Productions, in collaboration with Mémoire d’encrier.

published Ikuma, carnet de tournage. Texts and illustrations are inspired by the collaborative experience of filming Before Tomorrow in Puvirnituq with a team from Igloolik, Puvirnituq and Montreal.  For more information, and to purchase a copy, please contact Memoire d'encrier.

 

Mp3 Audio Files

Stories and songs from Puvirnituq recorded by Arnait Video Productions and available for download.

Audio Files:

Conversations

Read the conversations between Arnait Video collective members, actors and Sarah Beaulne from Puvirnituq recorded during the shooting of feature film Before Tomorrow in 2006.

The original interviews were conducted in Inuktitut and were then translated in English by Sarah Beaulne and Alacie Surusila. The English texts were edited by Laura McGough. French translations are published in the book Ikuma.

 


Two Figures + FurArnait Discussion

Discussion between Sarah Beaulne and Peter-Henry Arnatsiaq

Discussion between Sarah Beaulne and Sarah Irqu

Discussion between Sarah Beaulne, Qalingo Tukalak and Elisapee Tukalak

 

Rainbow PortraitInterview between Chris Awa and Madeline Ivalu

Interview between Sarah Beaulne and Jackusie Ittukalak

Discussion between Sarah Beaulne and Thamusi Sivuarapik

Discussion between Atuat Akkirtik, costume designer, actress from Igloolik and Marie-Helene Cousineau

Discussion between Sarah Beaulne and Lisa Louie Ittukalak and Alasi Sivuarapik


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