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October 2017

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02 October 2017

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35h 43m 32s
  • Duration: 2m 1s

    2017 Nattiq Frolics Documentry Film Teaser 

    40th Nattiq Frolics in Kugluktuk Coming soon on Channel 51 

    Filmed by Mathieu Dumond

    Produced by Edna Elias & Umingmak Productions 

    Funded by Kitikmeot Inuit Association - Kitikmeot Media Fund

     

  • 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: 28m 53s

  • 00:45 Perspectives | Inuit Cree Reconciliation

    Duration: 46m 34s

    Inuit Cree Reconciliation, Kingulliit Productions, NITV 2013, Directors Zacharias Kunuk and Neil Diamond. Inuktut, Cree, English w/English s-t.

    Zacharias Kunuk and Neil Diamond team up to research the events and historical impacts of an 18th century conflict between Inuit and Cree in Northern Québec, and to bring people together finally in 2013.

  • Duration: 20m 33s

     This is a video from Kugluktuk, Nunavut. Some youth go out with elders and learn traditional some good old fashion knowledge (Y)

  • Duration: 3m 24s

     In October of 2016, Reel Youth visited Kugluktuk, NU for two weeks as part of Moving Forward Together - Hivumut Aulaniq Atauttimut project, a 5 year Hamlet of Kugluktuk crime prevention project.  

    Youth under 12 years old were invited to learn basic filmmaking and created a video poem. 

     

     

  • 01:55 dance

    Duration: 31s

  • Duration: 2m 50s

     zacharias kunuk makes a home video of the narwhale hunt near Igloolik,
     
    camera : zacharias kunuk

  • 01:59 TOMMY

    Duration: 4m 31s

    Tom talks about how Kugluktuk has changed over the years, playing in the moonlight and trapping.

    This mini documentary was made in a three-day filmmaking program in Kugluktuk, NU. Young people in the community also made video poems and topical animations in a two-week film production program. 

  • Duration: 1h 27m 22s

     #KIA40 Celebration and Nunavut Day Music festival

  • Duration: 3m 44s

    In 2014, youth from Old Massett, Haida Gwaii produced a video highlighting their community xaw7aa potlatch held to thank the many volunteers, sponsors and community members who helped their program over the years.

  • Duration: 26m 25s

     Getting ready for Nunavut Day Celebration and KIA's 40th Anniversary

  • Duration: 35m 59s

    This rough draft is a preliminary video about the experience of Yamoussa Bangourra, African Dancer, acrobat juggler musician, coming to the high Arctic in the coldest period of the year, January, when the sun is not visible? Meeting the troup of Artcirq,

    Filmmaker: Guillaume Saladin

    Filmmaker Contact:

     

  • Duration: 27m 57s

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

  • 05:05 Kangiqsujuaq

    Duration: 40m 35s

  • 05:45 Nunavut (Our Land) | Nunavut (Our Land) Episode 10, Qaisut

    Duration: 28m 54s

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    Nunavut (Our Land) Episode 10, Qaisut, Igloolik Isuma Productions 1995, Producers Zacharias Kunuk, Pauloosie Qulitalik, Norman Cohn. Inuktut w/English s-t. .

  • 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: 22s

    http://www.newtfn.com/thewholetruth.html

    “The Ultimate Hypocrisy”
    Indigenous Poverty: The True Story!.

  • Duration: 44s

  • Duration: 29m 23s

  • Duration: 3m 18s

    Synopsis: Inuit in Nain learn about using health statistics and receive encouragement from their leaders, President Jim Lyall and First Minister Tony Anderson. This ground-breaking project in knowledge translation will lprovide the evidence for decision making. Visit www.naasautit.ca for more details.

    Filmmaker: Tom Axtell

    Contact: 613-851-5300

  • 07:02 Hunting Trip

    Duration: 13m 54s

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

    Segment 1: Arviat elder Casmier Nutarrasungnik talks about caribou and the behavior of caribou herds and wolves.

  • Duration: 21m 51s

     The Nattilik Heritage Center in Gjoa Haven, Nunavut was opened to the public on October 17, 2013. Uqhuqtuurmiut celebrated the opening together with visiting guests from out of town. The center houses historical artifacts and showcases art from the community. 

    Runs - 21mins 51secs

    Camera and Edit - John Main

     

  • Duration: 1m 51s

    Camera: David Poisey
    Editing: Maia Iotzova
    Interviewee: Michelline Ammaq

  • Duration: 13m 44s

    Narrated in Inuktitut, Shaping our Future provides a brief overview of the Inuit Art Foundation and its many activities. Combining footage from the Arctic with scenes filmed at the foundation’s headquarters in Ottawa, the 12-minute video follows IAF’s evolution from publisher of a modest newsletter into a model organization for indigenous groups worldwide.

  • 07:54 Inuit Games

    Duration: 26m 1s

    Inuit Games - Honoring the Spirit of Our Past

    Video about Inuit Games, featuring Kitikmeot atheletes and information about the history of the sport.

     Runs 26 minutes.

  • Duration: 29m 23s

    Program name: Qaujisaut

  • Duration: 27m 50s

    Program name: Kippinguijautiit

  • Duration: 35s

  • Duration: 21m 55s

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

    Segment 1: Search and Rescue in Arviat hold a fundraiser by organizing a talent show. A variety of performers play instruments and sing.

  • Duration: 35s

  • Duration: 6m 54s

    On the last day of the festival all the artists performed!

    July 7 2013

  • 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: 3m 49s

    Kelly Freaser singing Gangdam style!

    At the Rockin Walrus Arts Festival July 2013

     

     

     

  • Duration: 28m 51s

    Igloolik, Fall-Winter 1946. Sitting around the stone house carving a harpoon, Qulitalik starts talking about the year gone past. Everyone joins in with stories and laughter. Tea is boiling over the seal lamps, children playing on the caribou skin beds. Grandmother tells the old stories, everybody has a new one. Home is warm and cozy.

  • Duration: 28m 49s

    Segment 1- Igloolik Aittuqmiut.

    Segment 2- "Umiaq" (Part 3).

    Filmmaker Contact:

     

    Camera: Paul Apak Angiliq

    Producer's Name: Paul Apak Angiliq

    Country: Canada

    Region: Qimaivvik

  • Duration: 28m 54s

    Carvers of Coppermine - 1987

    Program name: Tohaknaak
    Producer: Inuit Broadcasting Corporation - Ikaluktuktiak (Cambridge Bay)
    Host: John Komak
    Location: Kugluktuk

  • 11:24 ALICE

    Duration: 4m 51s

    Alice is a strong advocate for the Inuinnaqtun language and traditional teachings. She speaks of how she has seen the northern climate change since she was young and how her parents taught her to care for her elders.

  • Duration: 14m 54s

  • Duration: 54s

  • 11:44 Inuulauravit

    Duration:

     This video contains the three top winning songs of the Department of Culture and Heritage's Inuulauravit Inuktut birthday song contest

  • Duration: 1h 12m 4s

    Exploration of the fascinating life of the controversial arctic athropologist and explorer Vilhjalmur Stefansson, this documentary includes the fresh perspective of Stefansson's six forgotten Inuit grandchildren.

    Produced by White Pine pictures in assoc. with History Television and APTN. 

    Director Peter Raymont

    Producers Peter Raymond and Lindalee Tracey

  • Duration: 1m 7s

  • 12:58 LAURA

    Duration: 5m 50s

    Laura speaks of learning to read Inuinnaqtun, the importance of education, sharing your knowledge and storytelling. She also shares a story of her own mother.

    This mini documentary was made in a three-day filmmaking program in Kugluktuk, NU. Young people in the community also made video poems and topical animations in a two-week film production program. 

  • Duration: 37s

  • Duration: 28m 54s

    1986 Kitikmeot Summer Games

    Producer: Cambridge Bay - Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Location: Cambridge Bay

    Segment 1: Inuinnaqtun traditional games in Cambridge Bay.

  • Duration: 3m 45s

    Joamie School students drum dance and sing songs. Nakasuk School students play outdoor games. Jumiup ilinniaqtingit qilaujjaqtut ammalu ingiqattaqsutik. Nakasuup ilinniaqtingit silami aniiqtitaujut.

     

  • Duration: 6m 25s

     Learning Module 1-
    ᐊᖏᕐᕋᕆᔭᐅᔪᑦ ᑐᙵᕕᒋᔭᐅᕗᑦ
    Home is the Foundation

     

  • Duration: 16m 48s

     Highlights from the 2010 Arviat Inummariit Music Festival.

  • Duration: 1m 28s

    Playing percussions with Diego Espinosa.

    Filmed By Louisa Nutaaraluk.

    ARTCO project.

     

  • Duration: 15m 22s

  • Duration: 19m 11s

  • Duration: 28m 55s

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

    Segment 1: After their election, the new members of the Hamlet Council are asked what they would like to accomplish during their term.

    Segment 2: James Kavana interviews elder Pat Topiluruk about his life.

  • Duration: 30m 48s

  • Duration: 3m 52s

    Quick clip of gorgeous landscape and Artcirq goes nunaqpa.

  • Duration: 28m 53s

    Igloolik, Fall-Winter 1946. It's almost a month since the sun disappeared. Back in the stone house everyone wakes up to Christmas Day. For Inuit in 1946, Christmas is a strange mix of ritual, some from the old life and some from the new.

  • Duration: 28m 55s

    Host: John Komak

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

  • 16:37 Movie Night | Atanarjuat The Fast Runner

    Duration: 2h 41m 51s

    Inuit epic set in ancient Igloolik, Atanarjuat The Fast Runner is a life-threatening struggle of love, jealousy, murder and revenge between powerful natural and supernatural characters, Canada's first feature film written, produced, directed, and acted by Inuit. 2001 Camera d'or, Cannes Film Festival; Best Picture, 2002 Genie Awards; #1 Canadian Film of the Decade, Macleans, CTV.

  • Duration: 1h 41m 13s

     Umingmak Frolics Hill Climb Skidoo Race

    2015, Cambridge Bay Nunavut

    This video was shot at West Arm, just outside of Cambridge Bay. Camera and Edit by John Main.

    Video runs: 1 hour 41 minutes

     

  • Duration: 10m 30s

  • 21:11 Movie Night | Atanarjuat The Fast Runner

    Duration: 2h 41m 51s

    Inuit epic set in ancient Igloolik, Atanarjuat The Fast Runner is a life-threatening struggle of love, jealousy, murder and revenge between powerful natural and supernatural characters, Canada's first feature film written, produced, directed, and acted by Inuit. 2001 Camera d'or, Cannes Film Festival; Best Picture, 2002 Genie Awards; #1 Canadian Film of the Decade, Macleans, CTV.

  • Duration: 28m 59s

    Program name: Takuyuminaqtut
    Producer: Jose Kusugak - Rankin Inlet - Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Camera/Audio: Jose Kusugak, Cecil Sanertaner, Leo Subgut
    Host: Jose Kusugak

  • Duration: 59m 6s

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

  • Duration: 28m 55s

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

    Segment 1: Kitikmeot Inuit games. This shows competitive sports being played between communities.

  • Duration: 28m 54s

    Program name: Qaujisaut

  • Duration: 1h 28m 17s

    First Show: (28:54 minutes)
    Program name: Inukshuk Project
    Producer: Leah Aitoak - Baker Lake - Inuit Tapirisat of Canada (ITC)
    Director of Network: Martin Kreelak
    Editor: BarneyPattunguyak
    Technician: Solomunie Putulik and Saruuns Tarraq
    Host: Sam Irqilli

    Segment 1: Leah Aitoak interviews Olive Innakatsik about namesakes and family history.

  • Duration: 1h 29m 25s

    IBC Kippingujautiit 409, In Kugluktuk, Inuit Broadcasting Corporation Iqaluit 1996, Producer, Camera & Editor: Mosesie Kipanik, Host & Narrator: Rebecca Anaviapik Soucie.

    Segment 1: A profile of the Nattiq Frolics in Kugluktuk. Segment 2: People and history of Kugluktuk with narration. Segment 3: A vignette with scenes of caribou near Kimmirut.

  • Duration: 28m 58s

    Program name: Takujuminaqtut
    Producer: Rankin Inlet – Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Host: Leo Subgut
    Camera: Lukie Aingiliq
    Location: Rankin Inlet

    Segment 1: Men hunt for seals by boat, and catch one seal.

    Segment 2: Men fish with nets in the ocean.

    Segment 3: Arviat Festival – Accordion and fiddle players.

  • Duration: 27m 53s

  • Duration: 29m 24s

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

    Segment 1: This is the annual Christmas party that the Elders had in Rankin Inlet where they played games.

    Segment 2: Students’ Christmas concert in Rankin Inlet.

  • Duration: 28m 53s

  • Duration: 24m 21s

  • Duration: 28m 55s

    Program name: Tohaknaak
    Producer: Cambridge Bay – Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Host: James Paniyok

    Segment 1: An office procedures course was offered at Arctic College. All the students taking a course are female. Peggy Garet, the course instructor explains the course. The students also talk about the course.

  • Duration: 28m 53s

    Program name: Unnukkut
    Producer: Baker Lake – Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Host: Peter Tapatai

    Segment 1: William Noah from Baker Lake talks about the new arts building that is being built in Baker Lake.

    Segment 2: Esa Taraq from Baker Lake tells stories about when she was young.

  • Duration: 28m 54s

    Program name: Takuyaksat
    Takuyaksat was a Baker Lake production involving cultural activities, storytelling, hunting, sewing, and legends.
    Producer: Baker Lake – Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Host: Peter Tapatai

  • Duration: 28m 54s

    Program name: Qaujisaut

  • Duration: 28m 53s

    Program name: Ilisaut
    Producer: Paul Apak Angilirq - Igloolik - Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Host: Pacome Qulaut
    Camera: Pacome Qulaut, Natar Ungalaq and Julie Ivalu
    Editor: Paul Apak Angilirq and Julie Ivalu
    Location: Igloolik

  • Duration: 24m 46s

  • Duration: 19m 59s

  • Duration: 28m 53s

    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.
    Host: Michael Haqpi

  • Duration: 28m 54s

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

    Segment 1: This is a public meeting with the Hamlet Council in Cambridge Bay.

    Segment 2: This is a short information video about road safety. Because there were too many road accidents, the Hamlet has had to make more bylaws regarding road safety.

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