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Playlist Update April 23 2020

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25 October 2019

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69h 12m 33s
  • Duration: 2m 28s

    KITIKMEOT TV: Speaking Inuktitut (3 mins), Taloyoak Community TV 2014.

    Netsilik School Students Project. Syllabics.

  • Duration: 2m

    A Montréal woman and her 14-year-old son travel to the High Arctic so he can meet his late father’s Inuit family for the first time.

    An Arnait Video Productions & Kunuk Cohn Productions Productions

  • Duration: 7m 19s

  • Duration: 23m 18s

    Program name: Kippinguijautiit

  • Duration: 25m 31s

     Video & Edit

    Joseph Quqqiaq Jr

    Regional Stakeholder Meeting

    Cambridge Bay,Nu.

     

     

  • Duration: 3m 38s

    editor Carol Kunnuk

    camera : carol kunnuk

                zacharia kunuk

               derek Aqqiaruq

    join us on isuma tv to show your media work to the world wide .

  • Duration: 36m 32s

    A documentary about Northern Haze famous Inuit Rock stars from Igloolik

    Living the dream 

    Film by Derek Aqqiaruq

  • Duration: 27m 2s

  • 02:07 Elders' Hour | Noah Piugattuk (Interview 1)

    Duration: 9m 43s

    Noah Piugattuk was born in 1900 and lived to be 96 years old. He spent most of his life living a traditional Inuit life on the land and over the course of his lifetime saw the decline of traditional practices that had persisted for thousands of years and the creation of a new relationship with the Canadian colonial state.

    In this interview, Noah talks about climate and hunting.

  • Duration: 28m 55s

    Program: Amittuqmiut (People from the Amittuqmiut Area): Amittuqmiut has a reputation for fine cinematography and excellent traditional programs. An information program, including topics such as hunting and hunting methods, sewing techniques, legends, stories and historical features. Paul Apak, one of the producers has been a member of two international expeditions as an IBC cameraman.

  • Duration: 14m 16s

    Video series recalling traditional Inuit ways of life, using real footage of the Netsilik people of Kugaaruk in the 1960s, to illustrate the tales told by Tuktu, a fictional elder.

     

    Produced by the National Film Board of Canada.

  • Duration: 1m 32s

    Program name: Qaggiq
    Qaggiq (Gathering Place) was a current affairs program (refers to a large igloo built for the gathering of several families).
    Producer: Taloyoak – Inuit Broadcasting Corporation

    Segment 1: Abel Arqqaq talks about hunting polar bear. He shows a map where the polar bears are located.

  • Duration: 1m 28s

     

    Allooloo

     

    men's gathering

    camera & edit

    Joseph Quqqiaq Jr

     

    December,2014.

    Taloyoak,Nu.

  • Duration: 28m 53s

    Nunavut Annirijavut
    Producer: Igloolik – Inuit Broadcasting Corporation

    Segment 1: This 1991 program shows a variety of scenes around the community of Taloyoak, Nunavut during the Christmas season including dancing and games. Some elders are interviewed about their recollections of early contact with White people.

  • Duration: 30m 3s

    Program: Amittuqmiut (People from the Amittuqmiut Area): Amittuqmiut has a reputation for fine cinematography and excellent traditional programs. An information program, including topics such as hunting and hunting methods, sewing techniques, legends, stories and historical features. Paul Apak, one of the producers has been a member of two international expeditions as an IBC cameraman.

  • Duration: 28m 51s

    Program: Kippinguijautiit (Things to Pass Time By): This show entertains the audience with funny and interesting stories on traditional and contemporary Inuit way of life. Kippingujautiit features northern musical talent and coverage of games and special events. Kippinguijautiit was the most popular Inuktitut language program from the audience survey conducted in 1992.

  • Duration: 8m 11s

  • Duration: 28m 53s

    Program: Amittuqmiut (People from the Amittuqmiut Area): Amittuqmiut has a reputation for fine cinematography and excellent traditional programs. An information program, including topics such as hunting and hunting methods, sewing techniques, legends, stories and historical features. Paul Apaak, one of the producers has been a member of two international expeditions as an IBC cameraman.

  • Duration: 1m 12s

  • Duration: 1m 33s

     And song about going to Taloyoak and pictures of Taloyoaqmiut.

  • Duration: 1m 28s

     

    Allooloo

     

    men's gathering

    camera & edit

    Joseph Quqqiaq Jr

     

    December,2014.

    Taloyoak,Nu.

  • Duration: 14m 16s

     Video series recalling traditional Inuit ways of life, using real footage of the Netsilik people of Kugaaruk in the 1960s, to illustrate the tales told by Tuktu, a fictional elder.

     

    Produced by the National Film Board of Canada.

  • Duration: 8m 50s

  • Duration: 51s

    In Igloolik, NITV/IsumaTV is broadcasting 24/7 inuktitut program on the COOP cable channel 51.
    Comments by Igloolimiut.

    "I'm always on this channel now. It is very exciting. Good to look at. Our children learn more on how we used to live. It is very impressive, I would want to learn more on how we used to raise children.
    I want to see more!"
     

  • Duration: 8m 6s

  • Duration: 1m 12s

  • Duration: 14m 9s

     Video series recalling traditional Inuit ways of life, using real footage of the Netsilik people of Kugaaruk in the 1960s, to illustrate the tales told by Tuktu, a fictional elder.

     

    Produced by the National Film Board of Canada.

  • Duration: 39s

    In Igloolik, NITV/IsumaTV is broadcasting 24/7 inuktitut program on the COOP cable channel 51.
    Comments by Igloolimiut.

    "I really like it. Here is the reason why:
    because we never forget our past familly. We see and hear them talk and learn from them.
    I really like channel 51."


     

  • Duration: 9m 5s

  • Duration: 25m 53s

    Program: Inuk

    Producer: Igloolik, Nunavut

    Segment 1: Elder Susan Avingaq, plays with wooden dolls with a kindergarten class. Susan is telling them a story while she plays with the students. The dolls are called “Inuujaq” which means “looks like a person.”

  • Duration: 28m 53s

    Program name: Inukshuk
    Host: Brenda Qijuk
    Camera: Martin Kreelak
    Producer: Inukshuk Project - Inuit Tapirisat of Canada (ITC)

    Segment 1: This is a documentary about Joe Issaluk, his family and their life in Chesterfield Inlet, Nunavut. They also go camping and seal hunting.

  • Duration: 28m 55s

    Program name: Takujuminaqtut / Takuyuminaqtut
    Producer: Rankin Inlet Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Host: Leo Subgut
    Segment 1: Peewee hockey in Rankin Inlet, Nunavut.
    Segment 2: The Canadian military arrive in Rankin Inlet to go out on the land with the northern members of the Canadian Rangers.

  • Duration: 14m 11s

     Video series recalling traditional Inuit ways of life, using real footage of the Netsilik people of Kugaaruk in the 1960s, to illustrate the tales told by Tuktu, a fictional elder.

     

    Produced by the National Film Board of Canada.

  • Duration: 28m 54s

    Program name: Qaujisaut

  • Duration: 24m 10s

    Kippinguijautiit (Things to Pass Time By): 
This program entertains the audience with funny and interesting stories on traditional and contemporary Inuit way of life. Kippinguijautiit features northern musical talent and coverage of games and special events. Kippinguijautiit was the most popular Inuktitut language program from the audience survey conducted in 1992.

  • Duration: 28m 57s

     Program: Takulauqsimajasi

    Producer: Iqaluit Inuit Broadcasting, Nunavut
    Host: Abraham Tagalik

    Segment 1: The Inuit summer games are held in Taloyoak with participation from other communities in the region.

    Segment 2: An Arviat man demonstrate how to make a qajaq (kayak). He is building the frame while the women are sewing a caribou hide to cover it.

  • Duration: 51s

    In Igloolik, NITV/IsumaTV is broadcasting 24/7 inuktitut program on the COOP cable channel 51.
    Comments by Igloolimiut.

    "I'm always on this channel now. It is very exciting. Good to look at. Our children learn more on how we used to live. It is very impressive, I would want to learn more on how we used to raise children.
    I want to see more!"
     

  • Duration: 14m 15s

     Video series recalling traditional Inuit ways of life, using real footage of the Netsilik people of Kugaaruk in the 1960s, to illustrate the tales told by Tuktu, a fictional elder.

     

    Produced by the National Film Board of Canada.

  • Duration: 29m 24s

    Program name: Inuusivut
    Producer: Rankin Inlet - Broadcasting Corporation
    Host: Emily Karetak
    Segment 1: Elizabeth Okalik teaches the traditional way to tan caribou skins. This is the second video with Elizabeth on tanning.
    Segment 2: Hugh and Ruth Tulurialik from Baker Lake sing.

  • Duration: 24m 25s

    Program name: Qaggiq
    Qaggiq (Gathering Place) was a current affairs program (refers to a large igloo built for the gathering of several families).
    Producer: Iqaluit – Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Host: Eelai Michael

    Location: Rankin Inlet
    Segment 1: Ollie Ittinuar and his son, George Ittinuar, from Rankin Inlet build an igloo (igluvigaq).

  • Duration: 14m 19s

     Video series recalling traditional Inuit ways of life, using real footage of the Netsilik people of Kugaaruk in the 1960s, to illustrate the tales told by Tuktu, a fictional elder.

     

    Produced by the National Film Board of Canada.

  • Duration: 3m 40s

    video & edit Joseph Quqqiaq Jr Square Dance Taloyoak 2005/Kivaliq style square dance

  • Duration: 27m 39s

    Program name: Qimaivvik
    Qimaivvik was a cultural show produced in Baker Lake or Igloolik, but included segments from all of IBC’s centres. Topics included: storytelling, hunting and sewing techniques, legends, language, and other traditional practices such as igloo building, etc.
    Producer: Rankin Inlet - Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Host: Celina Panika

  • Duration: 28m 53s

    Program name: Qaujisaut

  • Duration: 14m 12s

    NITV: Tuktu Series, Episode 7, The Ten Thousand Fishes (14 mins), Iqaluktuutiaq CommunityTV, National Film Board. English Voice-over.

    Video series recalling traditional Inuit ways of life, using real footage of the Netsilik people of Kugaaruk in the 1960s, to illustrate the tales told by Tuktu, a fictional elder.

     

  • Duration: 27m 23s

    Program name: Qimaivvik
    Qimaivvik was a cultural show produced in Baker Lake or Igloolik, but included segments from all of IBC’s centres. Topics included: storytelling, hunting and sewing techniques, legends, language, and other traditional practices such as igloo building, etc.
    Producer: Rankin Inlet Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Host: Albert Kimmaliarjuk

  • Duration: 28m 34s

    Surusiit (children)

    Nunatsiakmiut Community Television Society / Nunatsiakmiut Film Society – 1975 launched in Frobisher Bay – this was the earliest Inuit filmmaking group in the Eastern Arctic. Nunatsiakmiut means ‘People From the Beautiful Land’.
    Producer: Nunatsiakmiut Film Society
    Location: Iqaluit

  • Duration: 14m 14s

     Video series recalling traditional Inuit ways of life, using real footage of the Netsilik people of Kugaaruk in the 1960s, to illustrate the tales told by Tuktu, a fictional elder.


    Produced by the National Film Board of Canada.

  • Duration: 28m 55s

    Program name: Nunattinni
    Nunattinni (In My Home) was an Inuit cultural program.
    Producer: Nipisha Bracken - Iqaluit - Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Camera: Philip Joamie
    Editor: Jimmy Tikivik
    Host: Eejesiak

  • Duration: 13m 54s

    Program name: Kippinguijautiit

  • Duration: 14m 13s

     Video series recalling traditional Inuit ways of life, using real footage of the Netsilik people of Kugaaruk in the 1960s, to illustrate the tales told by Tuktu, a fictional elder.


    Produced by the National Film Board of Canada.

  • Duration: 21m 56s

    Producer: John Aulajut - Arviat - Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Location: Arviat, Nunavut

    Segment 1: This shows a family going out to hunt on a motor boat (canoe style). They meet up with other hunters, camp and have lunch together.

  • Duration: 10m 26s

    Program name: Qimaivvik
    Qimaivvik was a cultural show produced in Baker Lake or Igloolik, but included segments from all of IBC’s centres. Topics included: storytelling, hunting and sewing techniques, legends, language, and other traditional practices such as igloo building, etc.
    Producer: Igloolik – Inuit Broadcasting Corporation

  • Duration: 15m 51s

    Program: Takujuminaqtut / Takuyuminaqtut
    Producer: Rankin Inlet – Inuit Broadcasting Corporation

    Segment 1: Two friends, Monica Kukilasak Bruce and Thereasa Kimaliarjuk, go berry picking on Thompson Island. They tell stories as they are picking.

  • Duration: 28m 52s

     Program: Qaujisaut (To See, To Find Out): This program was mainly directed toward Inuit youth, facing hard choices - caught between two cultures. It is entertaining, fast and fun. Up and coming young musical talent was promoted on Qaujisaut. Qaujisaut taught young people important life skills as well as touching on timely health issues and covering stories important to youth.

  • Duration: 14m 16s

      Video series recalling traditional Inuit ways of life, using real footage of the Netsilik people of Kugaaruk in the 1960s, to illustrate the tales told by Tuktu, a fictional elder.


    Produced by the National Film Board of Canada.

  • 15:26 Drum Dance

    Duration: 19m 53s

    Producer: Arviat - Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Location: Arviat, Nunavut

    Segment 1: A variety of people drum while women sing ajaaja.

  • Duration: 14m 19s

  • Duration: 28m 58s

    Program name: Takujuminaqtut / Takuyuminaqtut
    Producer: Rankin Inlet - Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Host: Leo Subgut
    Segment 1: A collection of musicians sing.
    Segment 2: Dominic Kasaluak from Rankin Inlet, Nunavut tells comical stories about one of his first trips to southern Canada.

  • Duration: 13m

    IBC Qimaivvik 6360, Drums and drumming, Taloyoak 1993, Taloyoak – Inuit Broadcasting Corporation 1993. Inuktut.

    Segment 1: Bernadette Uttaq sings while her husband, Matthew Uttaq, drums in their living room. Other people, and especially Adam Totalik, show a drum and teach how to take care of it. People drum dance at their house and also in the community hall.

  • Duration: 28m 49s

    Kiviuq's Journey Part 5
    The Two Sisters

    APTN-Our lives our voices
    Amaruq

    Directed and written by: Martin Kreelak
    Producer: Janice Epp, Ole Gjerstad
    Produced by: Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Executive Producer: Debbie Brisebois
    Director of Network and programming: Pitseolak Kilabuk
    Narrator: Abraham Tagalik

  • Duration: 14m 12s

  • Duration: 25m 54s

    All Aspects of Drum Dancing

    Program name: Takuyaksat
    Takuyaksat was a Baker Lake production involving cultural activities, storytelling, hunting, sewing, and legends.
    Producer: Pani Panipatunguajaq - Baker Lake - Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Host: Martin Qilak (Kreelak)
    Camera: Pani Panipatunguajaq
    Location: Baker Lake

  • Duration: 28m 59s

    Program name: Qaujisaut

  • Duration: 28m 54s

     Program name: Inukshuk
Producer: Baker Lake - Inuit Broadcasting Corporation

    Segment 1: 1982 Christmas Games in Baker Lake, Nunavut.

  • Duration: 28m 58s

    Program name: Tohaknaak
    Producer: Cambridge Bay – Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Location: Cambridge Bay, Nunavut

    Host: James Kavana
    Interviewer: Sarah Green

    Segment 1: A man talks about the Canadian Rangers. He also explains the training program.

    Host: James Kavana

    Segment 2: Finnigan sings for the children of Cambridge Bay.

  • Duration: 1m 48s

    Children sing songs and count in Inuktitut. Surusiit Ingiqattaqtut ammalu naasaijut Inuktitut.

     

  • Duration: 57m 57s

    Producer: Kippinguijautiit (Things to Pass Time By): This show entertains the audience with funny and interesting stories on traditional and contemporary Inuit way of life. Kippingujautiit features northern musical talent and coverage of games and special events. Kippinguijautiit was the most popular Inuktitut language program from the audience survey conducted in 1992.

  • Duration: 55m 15s

     Program name: Inukshuk
Producer: Iqaluit – Inuit Broadcasting Corporation


    Segment 1: William Tagoona performs his songs. Other artists from different northern Quebec communities also perform on stage in Kuujjuaq, (northern) Quebec.


  • Duration: 21m 54s

    Program name: Kippinguijautiit

  • Duration: 25m 57s

    Producer: Peter Tapatai - Baker Lake - Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Location: Baker Lake

    Segment 1: Matthew Innakatsik tells a story about Kaukjakjuk (Kautjagjuk) and his sister.

    Segment 2: Martha Taliruq tells a story and closes with ajaaja.

  • Duration: 14m 12s

  • Duration: 30m 5s

    Program name: Takujuminaqtut / Takuyuminaqtut
    Producer: Rankin Inlet – Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Host: Noah Tiktaq
    Segment 1: A variety of people take the microphone to say Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

  • Duration: 28m 51s

    Amitturmiut Origianls 640, Elders from Kugaaruk 1990.

  • Duration: 28m 54s

    Program name: Takujuminaqtut / Takuyuminaqtut
    Producer: Rankin Inlet - Broadcasting Corporation
    Host: Leo Subgut
    Segment 1: The Arviat music festival along with some interviews.

  • Duration: 2m 39s

    An elder from Taloyoak tells a legend about a lemming that wanted to go into her nest, but the owl was in the way trying to prevent the lemming from passing through. The lemming told the owl to tell a story, and dance and sing. While the owl was jumping, dancing and singing, the lemming ran quickly into her nest.

  • Duration: 5m 1s

  • Duration: 24m 10s

    Program name: Kippinguijautiit

  • Duration: 24m 31s

  • Duration: 29m 17s

     Program name: Takuyaksat
Takuyaksat was a Baker Lake production involving cultural activities, storytelling, hunting, sewing and legends.

    
Producer: Baker Lake – Inuit Broadcasting Corporation 

    Host: Barney Putungujaq

    Segment 1: Pond Inlet actors perform a play for an audience.

  • Duration: 31m 52s

     Segment 1: In 1994, Mannik and his family go back to the place where they once lived on the land.

  • Duration: 27m 57s

    IBC Special, The People of Broughton Island, Nunatsiakmiut Film Society, Camera: David Poisey.

  • Duration: 21m 57s

    John Killulark Talking About Wolves

  • Duration: 9m 47s

     Program name: Qimaivvik


    Qimaivvik was a cultural show produced in Baker Lake or Igloolik, but included segments from all of IBC’s centres. Topics included: storytelling, hunting and sewing techniques, legends, language, and other traditional practices such as igloo building, etc.   


    Producer: Baker Lake - Inuit Broadcasting Corporation

  • Duration: 9m 25s

    Program name: Qimaivvik
    Qimaivvik was a cultural show produced in Baker Lake or Igloolik, but included segments from all of IBC’s centres. Topics included: storytelling, hunting and sewing techniques, legends, language, and other traditional practices such as igloo building, etc.
    Producer: Taloyoak – Inuit Broadcasting Corporation

  • Duration: 33m 41s

  • Duration: 1h 9m 6s

    Nunavut Gala April 1, 1999 Part 2

    Segment 1: This is the second part of the Nunavut Gala celebrating the formation of the Nunavut Territory. Performers in this show include: Charlie Panigoniak, Susan Aglukark, Colin Adjuk, Uvagut Band, Simionie Keenainak and throat singers. The show is very good and entertaining.

  • Duration: 52m 17s

    Program name: Takuyaksat
    Takuyaksat was a Baker Lake production involving cultural activities, storytelling, hunting, sewing, and legends.
    Producer: Baker Lake - Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Location: Baker Lake
    Camera: Charles Keenan

    Segment 1: Jacob Ikinilik teaches about building an igloo (igluvigaq) and uses a pana (snow knife).

  • Duration: 28m 58s

    Program name: Inukshuk
    Producer: Inukshuk Project – Inuit Tapirisat of Canada (ITC)
    Location: Baker Lake, Nunavut
    Editor: Susan Toolooktook
    Host: Sam Iqiliq
    Camera: Martin Kreelak (Qilak)
    Location: Chesterfield Inlet, Nunavut

  • Duration: 28m 52s

    IBC Takuyaksat BL-575, Modern-Traditional Instrument, Inuit Broadcasting Corporation Baker Lake, Host: William Noah. Inuktut.

    Segment 1: Elders sing ajaaja with a drum dancer. Segment 2: Ruth and Hugh Tulurialik sing in Inuktitut during a concert. Segment 3: Elders tell stories about their earlier days.

  • Duration: 28m 51s

    IBC Qaujisaut Ep 16 Northern Music, 1991, Inuit Broadcasting Corporation Iqaluit 1991. Inuktut.

    Segment 1: Different bands sing on stage, including youth from Greenland. Susan Aglukark also sings.

  • Duration: 28m 58s

    Program name: Qaujisaut

  • Duration: 27m 50s

    Program name: Kippinguijautiit

  • Duration: 28m 48s

    Caribou Hunt

    Producer - Arviat - Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Camera: John Aulatjut and Michael Angalik

    Segment 1: Men hunt caribou and skin them.

  • Duration: 28m 54s

    Program name: Qaujisaut

  • Duration: 28m 52s

    Program name: Nunattinni
    Nunattinni (In My Home) was an Inuit cultural program.
    Producer: Iqaluit - Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Location: Iqaluit

    Segment 1: The Iqaluit Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) station’s 25th Anniversary celebration.

  • Duration: 23m 51s

    Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami – 30th Anniversary Gala (2002) – Part 2

  • Duration: 30m 9s

    Program name: Tohaknaak
    Producer: Cambridge Bay – Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Host: James Kavana
    Location: Gjoa Haven, Nunavut
    Interviewer: James Kavana

  • Duration: 6m 36s

     Square Dance Showdown 2014

  • Duration: 16m 3s

    Program name: Iglulingmiut (People of Igloolik)
    Producer: Paul Angilirq - Igloolik - Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Assistant Producers: Peter Raymond and Joe Attagutaalukutuk
    Camera: Paul Angilirq

  • Duration: 29m 40s

    Program name: Takujuminaqtut / Takuyuminaqtut

    Producer: Rankin Inlet - Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Location: Rankin Inlet, Nunavut
    Host: Charlie Panigoniak

  • Duration: 28m 53s

    Program name: Qaujisaut

  • Duration: 29m 59s

    Program: Takujuminaqtut / Takuyuminaqtut
    Producer: Rankin Inlet - Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Host: John Ajaruaq
    Location: Rankin Inlet
    Segment 1: At the Fishing Derby in Rankin Inlet, the public competes to catch the biggest fish. People also play a variety of games.

  • Duration: 28m 54s

    Program name: Qaujisaut

  • Duration: 19m 54s

    Producer: Arviat - Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Location: Arviat, Nunavut

    Segment 1: Arviat Elders, Meg Kuksuk, Nutaraluk Aulajut and Annie Sewoee demonstrate a variety of Inuit games for children. This is a great video to show children.

  • Duration: 29m 24s

    Program name: Inuusivut
    Producer: Noah Tiktaq – Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Host: Emily Karetak
    Location: Rankin lnlet

    Segment 1: The Anglican Church Choir in Rankin Inlet sings Christmas songs.

  • Duration: 29m 5s

    Program name: Takujuminaqtut / Takuyuminaqtut
    Producer: Rankin Inlet - Broadcasting Corporation
    Host: Charlie Panigoniak
    Segment 1: Students go ice fishing with their teacher.
    Segment 2: Students in Rankin Inlet show what they can do. Some of them play musical instruments, others sing songs, read in Inuktitut or dance.

  • Duration: 28m 58s

    Program name: Takujuminaqtut / Takuyuminaqtut
    Producer: Rankin Inlet – Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Host: Leo Subgut
    Segment 1: Two brothers, Guy Kakianiut from Kugaaruk and Mariano Aupilarjuk from Repulse Bay share recollections about when they were young and tell their life stories.

  • Duration: 28m 24s

    Program name: Tohaknaak
    Producer: Cambridge Bay – Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Location: Cambridge Bay, Nunavut

  • Duration: 29m 2s

    Program name: Inuusivut
    Producer: Rankin Inlet – Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Host: Emily Karetak

    Segment 1: Mikitok Bruce, an elder from Coral Harbour, talks about walrus hunting and gives details about walrus behaviour.

    Segment 2: Simon Sigariak (Sijjariaq) sings with a band at a concert.

  • Duration: 28m 53s

    Nunavut Annirijavut
    Producer: Igloolik – Inuit Broadcasting Corporation

    Segment 1: This 1991 program shows a variety of scenes around the community of Taloyoak, Nunavut during the Christmas season including dancing and games. Some elders are interviewed about their recollections of early contact with White people.

  • Duration: 28m 56s

    Program name: Qaujisaut

  • Duration: 28m 55s

    Host: John Komak

    Segment 1: The Kitikmeot Summer Games held in Taloyoak, Nunavut.

  • Duration: 28m 58s

    Program name: Tohaknaak
    Host: Ida Todd
    Producer: Cambridge Bay – Inuit Broadcasting Corporation

    Segment 1: Martha Ittimangnak talks about her life story. She was a main character along with her husband in the Netsilik film series, which documented Inuit life as it was before European contact.

  • Duration: 14m 11s

    Program name: Kippinguijautiit

  • Duration: 10m 39s

    Program name: Kippinguijautiit

  • Duration: 21m 59s

    Program name: Kippinguijautiit

  • Duration: 5m 11s

    Program name: Kippinguijautiit

  • Duration: 32m 12s

    Producer: Rankin Inlet – Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Host: Leo Subgut

    Segment 1: This video begins with drumming along with an Elder woman singing ajaaja in Rankin Inlet. It continues with other drummers and singers. Two women talk about drumming and singing ajaaja.

  • Duration: 28m 51s

    Program: Kippinguijautiit (Things to Pass Time By): This show entertains the audience with funny and interesting stories on traditional and contemporary Inuit way of life. Kippingujautiit features northern musical talent and coverage of games and special events. Kippinguijautiit was the most popular Inuktitut language program from the audience survey conducted in 1992.

  • Duration: 27m 51s

    Program: Kippinguijautiit (Things to Pass Time By): This show entertains the audience with funny and interesting stories on traditional and contemporary Inuit way of life. Kippingujautiit features northern musical talent and coverage of games and special events. Kippinguijautiit was the most popular Inuktitut language program from the audience survey conducted in 1992.

  • Duration: 27m 50s

    Program: Kippinguijautiit (Things to Pass Time By): This show entertains the audience with funny and interesting stories on traditional and contemporary Inuit way of life. Kippingujautiit features northern musical talent and coverage of games and special events. Kippinguijautiit was the most popular Inuktitut language program from the audience survey conducted in 1992.

  • Duration: 28m 53s

     Producer: William Noah - Baker Lake - Inuit Broadcasting Corporation

    Segment 1: In 1985, Baker Lake celebrates Christmas at the local community hall by dancing and playing games.

  • Duration: 28m 53s

     Producer: Baker Lake - Inuit Broadcasting Corporation

    Segment 1: In 1986, Silas Aittauq teaches how to make a dog harness. This is an excellent educational video. He also sings some ajaaja songs while doing his work.

  • Duration: 29m 46s

     Program name: Inukshuk


    Producer: Arviat - Inuit Broadcasting Corporation

    Segment 1: The 2nd Annual Inumariit Music Festival in Arviat. Simon Sigjariaq and the Arviat Band perform.

  • Duration: 27m 48s


    Program: Qimavvik – was an Igloolik cultural show including storytelling, hunting and sewing techniques, legends, language, igloo building, etc.   

    Producer: Rankin Inlet and Baker Lake, Inuit Broadcasting, Nunavut
    Host: Celina Panika

    Segment 1: Baker Lake residents perform by drumming and singing ajajaa songs.

  • Duration: 28m 57s

     Program: Takulauqsimajasi

    Producer: Iqaluit Inuit Broadcasting, Nunavut
    Host: Abraham Tagalik

    Segment 1: The Inuit summer games are held in Taloyoak with participation from other communities in the region.

    Segment 2: An Arviat man demonstrate how to make a qajaq (kayak). He is building the frame while the women are sewing a caribou hide to cover it.

  • Duration: 29m

    Program name: Tohaknaak
    Producer: Cambridge Bay – Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Location: Taloyoak, Nunavut

    Host/Camera: Sarah Green, James Panioyak
    Interviewer: James Kavana

    Segment 1: Itimangnaq Niviasiaq talks about her carvings. She also talks about the challenges of making a living through carving.

  • Duration: 28m 54s

    Program name: Qaujisaut

  • Duration: 1m 12s

  • Duration: 28m 55s

    Program name: Igliniit
    Producer: Iqaluit - Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Location: Iqaluit, Nunavut
    Host: Noah Papatsie

    Segment 1: This 1993 video shows narwhals at the floe edge. Their breathing is audible. Leetia Ineak speaks with a caller on the phone about the whales. There is also underwater footage of them.

  • Duration: 28m 53s

    Program name: Amitturmiut
    Producer: Igloolik – Inuit Broadcasting Corporation

    Segment 1: This video is about the community of Kugaaruk, Nunavut in 1990. Various scenes around the community are shown: landscapes, dog team sledding, school learning, a youth skit about drugs and alcohol, military arriving for an on-the-land exercise, and square dancing to accordion/band music.

  • Duration: 26m 19s

    Program name: Kippinguijautiit

  • Duration: 18m 12s

    Program name: Qaggiq
    Qaggiq (Gathering Place) was a current affairs program (refers to a large igloo built for the gathering of several families).
    Producer: Taloyoak – Inuit Broadcasting Corporation

  • Duration: 28m 53s

    Iɫuqat

    Producer: Igloolik – Inuit Broadcasting Corporation

    Segment 1: In 1991, the communities of Igloolik and Hall Beach enjoy ice fishing during a fishing derby.

    Segment 2: Kipanik and his family are moving to Igloolik from Repulse Bay. Phillip Kipanik answers questions about his trip.

    Ajaaja singing closes the video.

  • Duration: 24m 10s

    Program name: Kippinguijautiit

  • Duration: 28m 54s

    Program name: Takulauqsimajasi
    Producer: Iqaluit – Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Host: Abraham Tagalik

    Segment 1: Igloolik community members enjoy springtime camping and fishing outside of Igloolik at Avamartulikvik. Simon Quassa films this.

  • Duration: 28m 17s

    Program name: Tohaknaak
    Producer: Cambridge Bay – Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Host: Ada Todd

    Segment 1: The Kitikmeot Regional Board of Education meets in Cambridge Bay to discuss education issues in the region.

    Segment 2: Elder Sam Imingak talks about his life story.

  • Duration: 28m 50s

     Program: Qaggiq (“Gathering Place”) – is a current affairs program (refers to a large igloo built for the gathering of several families).


    Producer: Iqaluit Inuit Broadcasting, Nunavut
    Host: Leevete Atagoyuk

    Segment 1: This is a celebration of the annual “Return of the Sun” in Igloolik. Qulliq’s are lit at the public gathering.

  • Duration: 24m 8s

    Program: Kippinguijautiit (Things to Pass Time By): This show entertains the audience with funny and interesting stories on traditional and contemporary Inuit way of life. Kippingujautiit features northern musical talent and coverage of games and special events. Kippinguijautiit was the most popular Inuktitut language program from the audience survey conducted in 1992.

  • Duration: 26m 53s

  • Duration: 28m 54s

    Kippinguijautiit (Things to Pass Time By): 
This program entertains the audience with funny and interesting stories on traditional and contemporary Inuit way of life. Kippinguijautiit features northern musical talent and coverage of games and special events. Kippinguijautiit was the most popular Inuktitut language program from the audience survey conducted in 1992.

  • Duration: 8m 36s

    Synopsis:

    Filmmaker:Carol Kunnuk

    Contact:Norhern Haze

    Producer:  Carol Kunnuk and Derek Aqqiaruq

    Year of Production:2009

    Distributor Information: Igloolik Isuma production

    Country: Igloolik

  • Duration: 28m 53s

    Program name: Qaujisaut

  • Duration: 10m 39s

    Program name: Kippinguijautiit

  • Duration: 6m 26s

    Song from David Haulli sang by different bands from Igloolik, on the last day of the festival, July 7 2013.

    Camera: Jon Frantz and Zackarias Kunuk

  • Duration: 18m 12s

    Program name: Qaggiq
    Qaggiq (Gathering Place) was a current affairs program (refers to a large igloo built for the gathering of several families).
    Producer: Taloyoak – Inuit Broadcasting Corporation

  • Duration: 26m 19s

    Program name: Kippinguijautiit

  • Duration: 3m 58s

  • Duration: 27m 50s

    Program: Kippinguijautiit (Things to Pass Time By): This show entertains the audience with funny and interesting stories on traditional and contemporary Inuit way of life. Kippingujautiit features northern musical talent and coverage of games and special events. Kippinguijautiit was the most popular Inuktitut language program from the audience survey conducted in 1992.

  • Duration: 36m 32s

    A documentary about Northern Haze famous Inuit Rock stars from Igloolik

    Living the dream 

    Film by Derek Aqqiaruq

  • Duration: 5m 50s

    Program name: Qaujisaut

  • Duration: 1h 22m 31s

    Vanishing Point

    Documentary produced by National Film Board of Canada - NFB.

    English version

    Runs 82:30

  • Duration: 3m 58s

    Program name: Qaggiq
    Qaggiq (Gathering Place) was a current affairs program (refers to a large igloo built for the gathering of several families).
    Producer: Taloyoak – Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Host: Lenny Paniaq

  • Duration: 5m 9s

  • Duration: 8m 2s

    Program name: Kippinguijautiit

  • Duration: 24m 27s

    Program name: Qaggiq
    Qaggiq (Gathering Place) was a current affairs program (refers to a large igloo built for the gathering of several families).
    Producer: Iqaluit – Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Host: Sytukie Joamie

  • Duration: 1m 15s

    IsumaTV Trailer 1. IsumaTV website hosts video, audio and text files as well as unique digital multimedia projects. info@isuma.tv. This Trailer's clips:
  • Duration: 2m 42s

    Program name: Qaujisaut

  • Duration: 3m 38s

    Camera : Zacharias Kunuk

    Editor : carol Kunnuk

    short briage of our production  crew , how we work today with a new way of making films and share with other media artiest

    also asking others to join our site ..

  • Duration: 6m 4s

    Program name: Qaggiq
    Qaggiq (Gathering Place) was a current affairs program (refers to a large igloo built for the gathering of several families).
    Producer: Taloyoak – Inuit Broadcasting Corporation

  • Duration: 4m 30s

    Program name: Qaggiq
    Qaggiq (Gathering Place) was a current affairs program (refers to a large igloo built for the gathering of several families).
    Producer: Taloyoak – Inuit Broadcasting Corporation

  • Duration: 7m 6s

    Program name: Qaggiq
    Qaggiq (Gathering Place) was a current affairs program (refers to a large igloo built for the gathering of several families).
    Producer: Taloyoak – Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Host: Abby Totalik

  • Duration: 3m 31s

    Program name: Qaujisaut

  • Duration: 2m 48s

    Trailer of the first Inuit feature film Atanarjuat The Fast Runner, a life-threatening struggle of love, jealousy, murder and revenge between powerful natural and supernatural characters set in ancient Igloolik. Watch this complete film on iTunes.

     More about Atanarjuat  

     

  • Duration: 13m 41s

    Program name: Qaujisaut

  • Duration: 40m 5s

  • Duration: 30m 3s

  • Duration: 1m 12s

  • Duration: 27m 49s

     Program: Qaujisaut (To See, To Find Out): This program was mainly directed toward Inuit youth, facing hard choices - caught between two cultures. It is entertaining, fast and fun. Up and coming young musical talent was promoted on Qaujisaut. Qaujisaut taught young people important life skills as well as touching on timely health issues and covering stories important to youth.

  • Duration: 28m 54s

  • Duration: 6m 41s

  • Duration: 27m 50s

     Program: Qaujisaut (To See, To Find Out): This program was mainly directed toward Inuit youth, facing hard choices - caught between two cultures. It is entertaining, fast and fun. Up and coming young musical talent was promoted on Qaujisaut. Qaujisaut taught young people important life skills as well as touching on timely health issues and covering stories important to youth.

  • Duration: 18m 12s

    Program name: Qaggiq
    Qaggiq (Gathering Place) was a current affairs program (refers to a large igloo built for the gathering of several families).
    Producer: Taloyoak – Inuit Broadcasting Corporation

  • Duration: 6m 8s

  • Duration: 1m 45s

  • Duration: 3m 3s

  • Duration: 1m 19s

  • Duration: 2m 48s

  • Duration: 51s

    In Igloolik, NITV/IsumaTV is broadcasting 24/7 inuktitut program on the COOP cable channel 51.
    Comments by Igloolimiut.

    "I'm always on this channel now. It is very exciting. Good to look at. Our children learn more on how we used to live. It is very impressive, I would want to learn more on how we used to raise children.
    I want to see more!"
     

  • Duration: 7m 26s

  • Duration: 3m 16s

  • Duration: 3m

  • Duration: 39m 31s

  • Duration: 3m 4s

  • Duration: 5m 29s

  • Duration: 27m 2s

  • Duration: 2m 54s

    Eskiez band from Igloolik nunavut

    short music video

     

    made by: carol kunnuk

    edited by: carol kunnuk

    camera :zacharias kunuk

  • Duration: 28m 54s

    Program name: Inukshuk
    Producer: Baker Lake - Broadcasting Corporation
    Host: Sam Ikilik
    Segment 1: This is a short documentary on drumming and styles of drumming.
    Segment 2: Silas Seeteenaq from Baker Lake, Nunavut sings his ajaaja song about hunting caribou.

  • Duration: 15m 17s

    Program name: Qimaivvik
    Qimaivvik was a cultural show produced in Baker Lake or Igloolik, but included segments from all of IBC’s centres. Topics included: storytelling, hunting and sewing techniques, legends, language, and other traditional practices such as igloo building, etc.
    Producer: Taloyoak – Inuit Broadcasting Corporation

  • Duration: 28m 54s

    Program: Amittuqmiut (People from the Amittuqmiut Area): Amittuqmiut has a reputation for fine cinematography and excellent traditional programs. An information program, including topics such as hunting and hunting methods, sewing techniques, legends, stories and historical features. Paul Apak, one of the producers has been a member of two international expeditions as an IBC cameraman.

  • Duration: 1h 10m 48s

  • Duration: 28m 56s

    Producer: Igloolik Inuit Broadcasting, Nunavut

    Host: Zacharius Kunuk

  • Duration: 27m 54s

    Producer: Igloolik Inuit Broadcasting, Nunavut

    Host: Natar Ungalaaq

  • Duration: 59m 55s

  • Duration: 3m 16s

  • Duration: 26m

    IBC Takuyaksat, Shamanism, Takunnaraksalirijiit, 1986, Inuit Broadcasting Corporation Baker Lake 1986, Producer: Victor Qilulaaq, Martin Qillaq and Barney Pattunguyak, Host: Victor Qilulaaq. Inuktut.

    Segment 1: Angakkuksarniq (Shamanism) - this show is about shamanism and features different people are talking about it.

  • Duration: 23m 52s

    Program name: Kippinguijautiit

  • Duration: 36m 32s

    A documentary about Northern Haze famous Inuit Rock stars from Igloolik

    Living the dream 

    Film by Derek Aqqiaruq

  • Duration: 7m 19s

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