Feature Film

Atanarjuat The Fast Runner

First Inuit feature (2001) in The Fast Runner Trilogy. Stream film or Download Trilogy (pay-what-you-can) in SD, 720p or full 1080p HD.   /  Atanarjuat Companion Website

Official Nuummioq trailer (2009)

3900 Picures has produced the first international feature film from Greenland. The film is titled "Nuummioq" and was shot during the summer of 2008 in Nuuk and surrounding fjords. The film premiered in Katuaq Culture Center in Nuuk the 1st of november 2009 and is selected in World competition catagory at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival in Utah.

The Journals of Knud Rasmussen

Second Inuit feature (2006) in The Fast Runner Trilogy. Stream film or Download Trilogy (pay-what-you-can) in SD, 720p or full 1080p HD. More about this film.

Before Tomorrow

HD version/Third Inuit feature (2009) in The Fast Runner Trilogy. Stream film or Download Trilogy (pay-what-you-can) in SD, 720p or full 1080p HD. More about this film.

Before Tomorrow Online Trailer

Synopsis: In 1840, two isolated Inuit families reunite in celebration after many years of separation. These tribes have never met any white people, although rumours circulate about them. When Ninioq, an old woman, her best friend, Kuutujuuk, and her grandson, Maniq leave camp to dry fish on a remote island a strange illness attacks the camp.

The Making of Before Tomorrow

This film documents the teamwork behind the feature "Before Tomorrow" produced by Igloolik Isuma Productions with Arnait Video Collective. Portraits of the art director and the co-directors of the film. Inuktitut and English sub-titles.

The Making of The Journals of Knud Rasmussen

Funny, fascinating, behind the scenes view by Greenland filmmaker Kenneth Rasmussen.

Atanarjuat trailer

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.

7 Fires 4 U...Kitchi Manitou

Feature Film was shown at two film festivals, and a forty minute version was shown at the 2004 convention of Society of Cinema and Media Studies Convention in Atlanta, Georgia, 2004. Screenplay by Donald Morin, additonal writing by Gunargie O'Sullivan. Due to political nature of film, never completely shoot screenplay, due to difficulty in obtaining funding.

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