Keewatin Region, NU, Canada

00321IQ+Bak-93-##-Inuk

Program name: Inuksuk
Producer: Baker Lake – Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
Host: Peter Tapatai
Segment 1: Participants from the Keewatin communities compete at the Kivalliq Inuit Games in Baker Lake.

Issaittuq (Waterproof)

This second Isuma-Artcirq co-production by Igloolik youth is a story about a young Inuk who lost his love. Using alcohol to put reality and the past behind, the past keeps hunting him. When he loses control and beats up a man on the street he is sentenced to two months in an outpost camp, where a hunter is waiting for him.

Filmmaker: Bruce Haulli-Kenneth Rasmussen

The Journals of Knud Rasmussen

The Journals of Knud Rasmussen, by Zacharias Kunuk and Norman Cohn, 112 mins. 2005. Second feature in The Fast Runner Trilogy. 

Isuma Distribution International and Vtape, isuma [at] vtape [dot] org, info [at] isuma [dot] tv, wandav [at] vtape [dot] org.

Press Kit: requires PDF reader

Qitdlassuaq Part 1

Paul Apak Angilirq (1954-1998) was vice-president and co-founder of Isuma. Apak began his career in 1978 as a trainee in Canada's Inukshuk Project, the first project to train indigenous TV producers in remote communities.

Year of Production: 2009

Country: Canada

Qitdlassuaq Part 2

Paul Apak Angilirq (1954-1998) was vice-president and co-founder of Isuma.Apak began his career in 1978 as a trainee in Canada's Inukshuk Project, the first project to train indigenous TV producers in remote communities.

Year of Production: 2009

Country: Canada

Qitdlassuaq Part 3

Paul Apak Angilirq (1954-1998) was vice-president and co-founder of Isuma.Apak began his career in 1978 as a trainee in Canada's Inukshuk Project, the first project to train indigenous TV producers in remote communities.

Year of Production: 2009

Country: Canada

Qitdlassuaq Part 4

Paul Apak Angilirq (1954-1998) was vice-president and co-founder of Isuma. Apak began his career in 1978 as a trainee in Canada's Inukshuk Project, the first project to train indigenous TV producers in remote communities.

Year of Production: 2009

Country: Canada

Qitdlassuaq Part 5

Paul Apak Angilirq (1954-1998) was vice-president and co-founder of Isuma. Apak began his career in 1978 as a trainee in Canada's Inukshuk Project, the first project to train indigenous TV producers in remote communities.

Year of Production: 2009

Country: Canada

INUUSIRMIK SATUINNIQ - Winter and Traditional Inuit Survival Skills Camp

 

INUUSIRMIK SATUINNIQ

Winter and Traditional Inuit Survival Skills Camp

For NLCA Beneficiaries of Qiqiktani

Ages 30-55 years

Nuvukkialujaq or Aulattiviit , Nunavut

(along Frobisher Bay)

Before Tomorrow Photos

Selected behind the s

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