Keewatin Region, NU, Canada

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por IBC admin

21 enero 2016

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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.

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Duration:

28m 53s

Tagged:

Arctic, Canadian Inuit, IBC, inuit broadcasting corporation, inuit games, Kivalliq Inuit Games, Nunavut

Languages:

Inuktitut

Location:

Keewatin Region, NU, Canada

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Imagen de Norman Cohn

por Norman Cohn

10 febrero 2015

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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

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Duration:

45m 11s

Tagged:

alcoholism, Artcirq, ift_community_Igloolik, outpost camp

Languages:

Inuktitut

Location:

Keewatin Region, NU, Canada

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Imagen de Norman Cohn

por Norman Cohn

18 marzo 2012

4889 views

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

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Duration:

29m 31s

Tagged:

Apak, genealogy, IBC, ift_community_Igloolik, Paul Apak, qitdlassuaq

Languages:

Inuktitut

Location:

Keewatin Region, NU, Canada

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Imagen de Norman Cohn

por Norman Cohn

18 marzo 2012

4889 views

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

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Duration:

29m 20s

Tagged:

Apak, IBC, ift_community_Igloolik, Paul Apak, qitdlassuaq

Languages:

Inuktitut

Location:

Keewatin Region, NU, Canada

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Imagen de Norman Cohn

por Norman Cohn

17 marzo 2012

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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

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Duration:

29m 20s

Tagged:

Apak, IBC, ift_community_Igloolik, Paul Apak, qitdlassuaq

Languages:

Inuktitut

Location:

Keewatin Region, NU, Canada

About

Imagen de Norman Cohn

por Norman Cohn

16 marzo 2012

4706 views

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

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Duration:

29m 20s

Tagged:

Apak, IBC, ift_community_Igloolik, Paul Apak, qitdlassuaq

Languages:

Inuktitut

Location:

Keewatin Region, NU, Canada

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Imagen de Norman Cohn

por Norman Cohn

15 marzo 2012

5010 views

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

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Duration:

29m 20s

Tagged:

Apak, IBC, ift_community_Igloolik, Paul Apak, qitdlassuaq

Languages:

Inuktitut

Location:

Keewatin Region, NU, Canada

 

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)

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por Nathalie Kalina

04 febrero 2010

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Location:

Keewatin Region, NU, Canada
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Imagen de admin

por admin

09 diciembre 2009

3268 views

Selected behind the s

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Keewatin Region, NU, Canada
  • Dog-Team
  • Zacharias Kunuk and Jacob Cedergren at the Floe Edge
  • Samuelie Ammaq Who Plays the Character of Umiq
  • Life in a Northern Town - Street Hockey in Igloolik
  • Jakob Cedergren - Actor playing Therkel Mathiassen
  • Blue Qamutik - Cool Sled!
  • Igloolik Light - Icicles on the Tundra
  • SF Said as Oki from Atanarjuat
  • Igloolik Light - Oil Tanks in the Evening
  • It's Really Big Up Here!
  • Captain Comer's Ship - Captain Comer's Desk
  • Captain Comer's Ship - Captain Comer's Desk
  • Captain Comer's Ship - Ship Window Built Specially For the Set
  • Captain Comer's Ship - Period Clock
  • Captain Comer's Ship - Antique Typewriter
  • Captain Captain Comer's Ship - Photo of Comer's Inuk "Wife" Shoofly on the Bookshelf
  • Captain Comer's Ship - Old Photographs
  • Captain Comer's Ship - Inuit Artefacts
  • Captain Comer's Ship - Arctic Fox and Polar Bear Furs
  • Captain Comer's Ship - A Device That Recreates Flame "Flicker," Which the Directors Decided Not to Use in the End
  • Captain Comer's Ship - Sound Recordist Richard Lavoie and Assistant Brian Nutarariaq Get Ready
  • Captain Comer's Ship - Felix Lajeunesse Lights an Antique Oil Lamp
  • Captain Comer's Ship - Art Director Louis Uttak Makes a Few Adjustments
  • Captain Comer's Ship - Norman Cohn, Felix Lajeunesse and Abraham Ulayuruluk
  • Captain Comer's Ship - Directors Zacharias Kunuk and Norman Cohn Examine a Box on Comer's Desk
  • Trying on Kamiks - Peter-Henry Arnatsiaq, who plays Natar, Trying on Kamiks
  • Selecting Aliqsiks - Neve Ingualt Uttak, Who Plays Orulu in the Film, Is Choosing Aliqsiks to Line Her Kamiks
  • Seamstresses - Julia Amagoalik and Elisapee Amgutigjuaq Working on Costumes
  • Michelline Ammaq as Shoofly - Touching-up the Facial "Tatoos," with Norman Cohn Holding a Vintage Photo of the Real Shoofly
  • Tuglikaq - Inuit Hair-wraps
  • Apak's Fancy Amauti - Leah Angutamarik Models the Amauti She Will Be Wearing in the Film
  • Greenlandic Style - Qillaq Danielsen Models Pants and Parka at the Costume Fashion Show
  • For the Whole Family - Michelline Ammaq and Grandson Model Costumes
  • Equipment in Transit - The First Load of Equipment Is on Its Way to the Next Filming Location
  • Lean Angutimarik - Actor Who Plays Apak
  • Pakak Innukshup - Actor Who Plays Aua
  • Juanna Platou - Actor Who Plays Boson's Wife
  • Qillaq Danielsen - Actor Who Plays Bosun
  • Sophie Danielsen - Actor Who Plays Arnarulunguaq
  • Buckling Snow Palace - Supports Help Prop Up Aua's Snow Palace
  • Piuaitsoq Petersen - Acto Who Plays Miteq
  • Arranging Props in the Snow Palace - Susan Avigna Is Dressing the Cooking Area in Aua's Quarters
  • Aua's Kitchen - What Aua's Kitchen Counter Might Have Looked Like
  • Nivigautiga (Hanging Pot) - Close Up of Nivigautiga Hanging Over a Qulliq Lamp
  • Tools - Ulus, Qalus and Other Tools in Aua's Quarters
  • John Arnasiaq Clears a Kagnirq (Breathing Hole) in Aua's Snow Palace with Bosco Attagutarik and Neve Ingault Uttak Looking On
  • Qulliq Wick - Kanugujak, Also Known as Arctic Cotton, Is Carefully Placed at the Edge of the Qulliq to Form a Wick
  • Neve Ingault Uttak Skillfully Lights and Tends to One of Several Qulliqs in Aua's Quarters
  • Seal Fat Mashed Into a Pulp With a Kautaq (Caribou-Antler Hammer) Inside a Kagarvik (Stone Bowl) Before Being Burned in a Qulliq
  • Comparing Kamiks
  • Aua's Snow Palace
  • Toy Qamutiks - Caribou Jaw Dogsled From Aua's Snow Palace
  • Toy Qamutiks - Back View
  • Kim Bodnia - Actor Who Plays Peter Freuchen
  • Jens Jørn Spottag - Actor Who Plays Knud Rasmussen
  • Igloolik Inukshuk - On the Hill Above the Town
  • Town Generator - When You're Far from the Nearest Powerlines, This Is How You To Make Electricity For a Town of 1200 People
  • Floe Edge - A 45-Minute Skidoo Ride South of Igloolik, Where the Permanent Ice Shelf Drops Off Into the Arctic Ocean...
  • Louis Uttak - Canadian Art Director
  • Charlotte Bech - Danish Art Director
  • Natar Ungalaaq and Zacharias Kunuk Take a Look at the HD Camera
  • Peter-Henry Arnatsiaq and Kathariine Qrunnut at Rehearsals
  • Rasmussen's Stuff - What Rasmussen and Company Might Have Brought on Their Trip
  • Vintage Hudson Bay Map
  • Louis Uttak Shows Off the Toy Dog Whip and Dogsled
  • Leah Angutimarik Wears a Traditional Caribou Amauti
  • Juanna Platou in a Traditional Greenlandic Parka
  • Jens and Abraham - Actors Jens Jørn Spottag and Abraham Ulajuruuk Outside Aua's Snow Palace
  • Reviewing Orulu's Lines - Casting Director and Script Supervisor Lucy Tulugarjuk Reviews Lines With Actor Neve Ingaut Uttak
  • Advice from the Director - Zacharias Kunuk Talking to Actor Neve Ingaut Uttak (Orulu) Between Takes
  • Tending the Qulliq - Between Takes, Set Designer/Dresser Susan Avingaq Tends the Qulliq As Neve Ingaut Uttak Observes
  • Dripping Igloo - Directors Zacharias Kunuk and Norman Cohn Discuss How to Fix the Widening Kagnirq (Igloo Breathing Hole)
  • Igloo Patch Job - Production Assistant Carol Kunnuk Patches a Hole in Aua's Snow Palace
  • Applying Make-Up - Lucy Tulugarjuk Applies Make-Up to Leah Angutimarik (Apak)
  • Michelline Ammaq, Costume Designer
  • Michelline Ammaq Applies Temporary Hand Tatoos to Prepare for Her Role As Shoofly
  • Norman Cohn, Michelline Ammaq and Dominic Angutimarik
  • Apak's Tattoos - The Finished Product, Based on Photos and Advice from Igloolik Elders
  • Norman Cohn on Set, Filming with Zacharias Kunuk and Other Crew in the Background
  • Blizzard!
  • Igloolik Props: Puariti - Traditional Snow Shovel Used to Make the Igloo Palace
  • Igloolik Props: Iparauti - Toy Dog Whip for Aua's Snow Palace
  • Igloolik Props: Anguvigak - Hunting Spear
  • Igloolik Props: Ujamik Anguak - Shaman's Necklace
  • Carol Kunnuk, Script Supervisor/Production Assistant
  • New Roof - Aua's Quarters at the Snow Palace Gets a Much-Needed New Roof
  • Roof Touch-Up - Production Assistant John Arnatsiaq Is Patching the New Roof as Director Zacharias Kunuk Looks On
  • Aua's Quarters Viewed from the Entrance
  • Igloo Food Storage
  • Checking Continuity: Cultural Adviser Paul Quiltalik & Art Director Louis Uttak Review Photos to Enure Props Are Well-Placed
  • Sound Recordist Richard Lavoix and Assistant Camera Felix Lajeunesse Discuss the Day's Call Sheet
  • Production Assistant Gilles Ungalaq Avingaq Choquette and Assistant Camera Felix Lajeunesse Talking About Coming Day
  • Directors Norman Cohn and Zacharias Kunuk Planning the Blizzard Scene
  • Aua in the Blizzard Scene - Directors Norman Cohn and Zacharias Kunuk Directing Actor Pakak Inuukshuk (Aua)
  • Sheltering the Generator - It's Not Easy to Run a Generator in a Blizzard!
  • Extreme Arctic Filmmaking - When a Blizzard Is One of Your Main Characters...
  • Felix Lajeunesse, Camera Assistant - Problem Solver!
  • Richard Lavoie, Sound Recordist/Lighting
  • Fraçis Choquette, Unit Manager
  • Françis Choquette in Action!
  • Floe Edge: Luring Seals - Zacharias Kunuk Throws a Chunk of Ice in the Water to Lure Seals
  • Floe Edge: Fetching the Seal - Jason Junnuk Goes Out on the Open Water to Fetch the Seal
  • Floe Edge: Coming in Off the Water - Zacharias Kunuk Throws a Rope to Jason Kunnuk
  • Avvaja Alcove - A 20-30 Minute Snowmobile Ride Outside of Town, an Area of Rocky Hills Where Inglulingmiut Go on the Weekends
  • Cracking Lake Ice - At Several Feet Deep, the Ice is Still Strong Enough to Hold the Many Snowmobiles that Pass Over It
  • Dressing the Set - Art Director Louis Uttak and Set Dresser Leonie Qrunnut Preparing Aua's Mother's Chamber
  • Actors Reviewing Script - Lucy Tulugarjuk (Nuvvija) and Abraham Ulajuruluk (Evaluarjuk) Looking Over Their Lines
  • Framing the Shot - Directors Kunuk and Cohn Position Actors Innukshuk (Aua) and Spottag (Rasmussen) & Imagine the Camera's View
  • Directors in Position - Norman Cohn Steadies the Camera and Zacharias Kunuk Kneels in Front of the Monitor
  • Ready for Another Take - Felix Lajeunesse Hold the Clapper in Front of the Camera and Announces the Next Take
  • Jacques Boulanger, Set Caterer
  • Frozen Veggies for Next Week's Dinner
  • Inuit Catering Truck - Tuktu Take-Out
  • Jacques Boulanger in His Kitchen
  • Palaugaq - Home-Made Bannock Prepared by Jacques Boulanger
  • "Bown-Bagging" Inuit-Style - Slicing Off a Piece of Igunaq (Aged Walrus)
  • Art Director Louis Uttak Positions the Wooden Frame Above the Qulliq That the Innisaq (Drying Rack) Will Sit On
  • Innisait Above Quilliq - Art Director Louis Uttak Setting Up Two Innisait (Drying Racks) Above the Qulliq in Aua's Quarters
  • Tooguyuk, Lead Dog
  • Samueli Ammaq, Actor Who Plays Umik and Dog-Wrangler
  • Drum Dance - Actors Dancing Between Shots
  • Two Qiilauti (Drums) and a Katutt (Drum Stick), Used for the Drum Dance
  • Jumping Rope - Actors Pakak Innukshuk (Aua), Piuaitsoq Petersen (Miteq) and Leah Angutimarik
  • Actors Singign - Actors Practicing Ajaja Songs
  • It's a Wrap - Frame of the Kitchen Tent After It Has Been Taken Down
  • Planning the Shot - Director Zacharias Kunuk With Actors Qillaq Danielsen (Bosun) and Kim Bodnia (Peter Freuchen)
  • Cleveland's Boat of Whale Bones - This Greets Visitors to Cleveland's Trading Post
  • Around Cleveland's Table - Norman Cohn, Zacharias Kunuk, Abraham Ulayuruluk, Kim Bodnia and Jens Jørn Spottag
  • Cleveland - Pierre Lebeau (Cleveland) Inside Cleveland's Trading Post
  • Directors at Cleveland's Table - Norman Cohn and Zacharias Kunuk Inside Cleveland's Trading Post
  • Directors and Rasmussen - Norman Cohn, Zacharias Kunuk and Jens Jørn Spottag (Knud Rasmussen) Outside Cleveland's Trading Post
  • The Siuraajuk Camp at Dusk - Our Little Village in the Arctic Wilderness
  • Aua's Igloo Palace at Siuraajuk - The Set Used for Exterior Scenes
  • Toy Family on the Qamutik - One of the Props at the Siuraajuk Set - Something Inuit Kids in the 1920s Would Have Played With!
  • Toy Family
  • Cast and Crew Take a Break - At our Siuraajuk Set, a Remote Inuit Outpost Camp
  • Child Actors - Todd Ammaq During a Break from Shooting
  • Dog-Teams Arrive on Set - The Only Way to Get There...
  • Greenlandic Qamutik - Packed With Stuff for the 5th Thule Expedition
  • Skipping Rope - Filming a Leisurely Day at Aua's Camp
  • Tikilik & Kigutikarjuk - Mathiessen Was Called "Tikilik" by Iglulingmiut Since He Gave Out Thimbles. Actors Cedergren & Alaralak
  • Kim Bodnia Who Plays Peter Freuchen
  • Bosun's Wife - Greenlander Juanna Platou Plays One of Rasmussen's Travelling Companions
  • Rasmussen Smokes His Pipe, Played by Actor Jens Jørn Spottag
  • Arnarulunguaq - One of Rasmussen's Greenlandic Travelling Companions
  • The Great Shaman Aua, Played by Pakak Innukshuk
  • Aua's Visionary Daughter Apak, Played by Leah Angutimarik
  • Directors at Sioraajuk - Norman Cohn and Zacharias Kunuk
  • Adjusting Evaluarjuk's Costume - Director Zacharias Kunuk Adjusts the Shaman's Belt
  • Abraham Ulayuruluk Prepares for the Up-Coming Scenes
  • Natar - Peter-Henry Arnatsiaq Plays Natar, Aua's Son
  • Two Shamans - Aua (Played by Pakak Innukshuk) and Evaluarjuk (Played by Abraham Ulayuruluk)
  • Aua's Family - Travelling by Dog-Team
  • Nuqallaq - Played by Natar Ungalaaq Who Played Atanarjuat in Isuma's Last Film!
  • Actor Rachael Uyarasuk - Over 100 Years Old Today, Rachael Was 20 When the Actual Rasmussen Came to the Igloolik Region
  • Apak and the Sky - Actor Leah Angutimarik
  • Sunset at Siuraajuk - With Aua (Pakak Innukshuk)
  • View from Above - A Shot of the Valley Where We Filmed Exterior Scenes
  • Pretty Pups - Members of the Dog-Team Pose for the Camera
  • Group Photo - Cast and Crew of the Journals of Knud Rasmussen
  • A Sweet Success - Wrap Party Cake Baked by Katharine Irngaut
  • Wrap Party - Cast and Crew Celebrating the End of the Shoot
  • Siuraajuk Camp - Cast and Crew Spent 3 Weeks Filming on Baffin Island
  • Siuraajuk Sunset - The Sun Dips Below the Horizon for a Few Hours and Although It Is Darker Out It Is Not Quite Nighttime

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Imagen de Gabriela Gamez

por Gabriela Gamez

02 diciembre 2009

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Photo archives of the making of The Journals of Knud Rasmussen, Igloolik Isuma Productions' second feature film and part of The Fast Runner Trilogy.

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Tagged:

cast, crew, fast runner triology, film set, filmmaking, jkr, Journals of Knud Rasmussen, live from the set, Nunavut, photos, set

Location:

Keewatin Region, NU, Canada