The Artcirq Inuit Performance Collective 2009 Demo.
The Inuusivut Project is a national initiative of the Embrace Life Council and the National Inuit Youth Council. The primary objective of the project is to learn, document and share - through a variety of multi-media techniques - how Inuit perceive, express, develop, foster and promote mental health.
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Tagged:Brazil, Documentary, Krenak
Languages:Portuguese, Brazil Português
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.
A film by Zacharias Kunuk, Paul Apak, Norman Cohn and Pauloosie Qulitalik
Year of Production: 2001
Duration: 172 minutes
Genre: Drama based on historical legend
Production Company: Igloolik Isuma Productions
Language: Inuktitut with English, French s-t
Region: Igloolik; Nunavut, Canadian Arctic
Director: Zacharias Kunuk
Producers: Zacharias Kunuk, Paul Apak Angilirq, Norman Cohn, Germaine YG Wong
Writer: Paul Apak Angilirq
Director of Photography: Norman Cohn
Sound Recordist: Richard Lavoie
Editor(s): Zacharias Kunuk, Norman Cohn, Marie-Christine Sarda
Original Music: Chris Crilly
Costumes: Michelline Ammaq, Atuat Akkitiq
Principal Cast: Natar Ungalaaq, Sylvia Ivalu, Peter-Henry Arnatsiaq, Lucy Tulugarjuk, Madeline Ivalu, Paulossie Qulitalik, Eugene Ipkarnak
Executive Producer: Sally Bochner
“A masterpiece.... The first national cinema of the 21st century”
A.O. Scott, NY Times
“Mysterious, bawdy, emotionally intense, and replete with virtuoso throat singing, this three-hour movie is engrossing from first image to last, so devoid of stereotype and cosmic in its vision it could suggest the rebirth of cinema.”
Jim Hoberman, Village Voice
“Nothing less than a complete revelation and reinvention of cinematic form…. a definite ‘must-see’.”
Katherine Monk, Vancouver Sun
"An astonishing epic film"
Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times
“Un film d'une singulière beauté”
Jean-Michel Frodon, Le Monde
“A milestone...a fascinating cultural document”
Liam Lacey, The Globe and Mail
SCREENINGS & TELEVISION:
Official Selection - Un Certain Regard -Winner Camera d'or (54th Cannes International Film Festival, May 2001)
Complete listings at the Atanarjuat companion Website
Isuma Distribution International c/o VTape, email@example.com, +1.416.351.1317 fax-1509; firstname.lastname@example.org, +1.514.486.0707 fax-9851.
Duration:2h 41m 51s
Tagged:Atanarjuat, Atanarjuat The Fast Runner, drum, fast runner, ift_community_Igloolik, Igloolik, Isuma, katajjaq (throat song), pisiq (traditional song), purple saxifrage, qijuktaq (plant for fires), The Fast Runner, Zacharias Kunuk
Location:Igloolik, NU, Canada
My Own Private Lower Post is the story of Duane Gastant' Aucoin, a two-spirited Tlingit, as he seeks to understand how his mother Vicky Bob’s trials at Lower Post Indian Residential School have influenced his life. As she shares her story, he comes to understand how he too is a survivor.
Tagged:apology, Duane Gastant' Aucoin, Haa Koosteeyi, inter-generational, l survivor, lower post, lower post indian residential schools, mother, residential schoo, son, tlingit, yukon
Location:Yukon Territory, Canada
The second and final part of the hunting of the deer
Filmmaker: Pablo Fulgueira / Ramón Carrillo
info [at] enramada [dot] com www.enramada.com
Producer's Name: Enramada
Year of Production: 2007
Tagged:deer, god, hunting, peyote, wirrárika
Tagged:Donald Morin Films
All characters are Haida and will speak in either Skidegate or Massett Haida.
S indicates speaker of Skidegate dialect
N indicates speaker of Massett dialect
**We would happily cast families as a whole. Please let us know if you and your family would like to audition together.
The Department of Social and Cultural Development is responsible for planning, developing and managing KIA programs and services that enhance Inuit Culture, Language and wellness.
The Department is responsible for accessing third-party funding and ensuring programs and services offered reflect the needs of Beneficiaries.
The Department consists of 4 Staff: Julia Ogina-Programs Coordinator for Elders, Language & Culture, Sarah Jancke- Programs Coordinator Women & Youth, Vivienne Aleekee-Aknavigak-Benefits Agreement Coordinator & Jason Tologanak as Director.
Tagged:cambridge bay, Channel 51, Gjoa Haven, indigenous, Indigenous Culture, Indigenous Language, Indigenous Rights, Inuinnaqtun, Inuit, inuit culture, inuit language, Inuk, Inuktitut, inuktut, kitikmeot, Kitikmeot Inuit Association, kugaaruk, Kugluktuk, Nunavut, Qirtirmiut, Social and Cultural Development, taloyoak
Je suis étudiante à la maîtrise en médias socionumériques à l'UQAM. Voici quelques éléments qui me représente. Au plaisir !