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30 March 2019

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25h 48m 15s
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    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.

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    The Isaksimagit Innusirmi Katujjiqatigiit/Embrace Life Council is a non-profit charitable organization whose mission is to support and encourage Nunavummiut to value life. One of our objectives is to educate the public on the issues of suicide, mental health, community health, and related issues. As such, we would like to give you more information about bullying prevention.

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    Angirattut (Coming Home), Kingulliit Productions 2014, Director Zacharias Kunuk. Inuktitut no sub-titles.

  • Duration: 28m 52s

    Producer: Peter Tapatai
    Host: Silas Aittauq
    Camera: Mark Tunguaq
    Location: Baker Lake

    Segment 1: A family from Baker Lake goes out on the land during spring just to enjoy the land and animals, and they stay out camping all through spring until the summer.

    Segment 2: Silas Aittauq makes a fishing hook handle (jigger) out of caribou antler.

  • Duration: 28m 50s

    Program name: Kippinguijautiit

  • Duration: 30m 48s

  • 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.

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    Bending, cutting and fitting the "Tikpiit" in the Puvirnituq Qajaq Shop.

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  • 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: 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

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

    Segment 1: Joan Qiluulaq (Killulark), a Community Health Representative (CHR) in Baker Lake, talks about how important it is for women to have medical checkups annually, including a pap smear test. They also have to be screened for breast cancer.

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  • Duration: 28m 50s

    Producer: Iqaluit Inuit Broadcasting, Nunavut
    Host: Rosie Simonfalvy

    Segment 1:
    Interviewer: Julie Ivalu
    A group from Toronto donates hockey equipment to the youth of Igloolik.

  • Duration: 28m 54s

    Program name: Kippinguijautiit

  • Duration: 8m 36s

    Synopsis:

    Filmmaker:Carol Kunnuk

    Contact:Norhern Haze

    Producer:  Carol Kunnuk and Derek Aqqiaruq

    Year of Production:2009

    Distributor Information: Igloolik Isuma production

    Country: Igloolik

  • Duration: 5m 30s

    The Isaksimagit Innusirmi Katujjiqatigiit/Embrace Life Council is a non-profit charitable organization whose mission is to support and encourage Nunavummiut to value life. One of our objectives is to educate the public on the issues of suicide, mental health, community health, and related issues. As such, we would like to give you more information about bullying prevention.

  • 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. 

     

     

  • 07:35 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. 

  • 07:40 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. 

  • 07:46 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.

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    2nd Annual Arviat Music Festival - 1990

  • Duration: 11m 20s

     This video shares how a rich language environment, where the language is used in many different ways and in different places, is very important for quality bilingual education.

    For more information visit our website: http://akuttujuuk.ca/

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    1986 Kitikmeot Summer Games

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

    Segment 1: Inuinnaqtun traditional games in Cambridge Bay.

  • Duration: 5m 51s

    Naullaq Inookie teaches Pukki how to make a kakivak (fishing spear). Naudla Inuuki ilinniartitijuq Pukkimik qanuq kakivaliusungumangata.

     

  • Duration: 57m 54s

    Segment 1- Traditional cooking and Arviat Drum Dancer;

    Segment 2- Isuma Production's Spring Seal Hunt.

    Producer's Name: Jake Kadluk

    Country: Canada

    Region: Qimaivvik

  • Duration: 19m 54s

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

    Segment 1: Arviat Elders, Meg Kuksuk, Nutaraluk Aulajut and Annie Sewoee demonstrate a variety of Inuit games for children. This is a great video to show children.

  • Duration: 28m 54s

    Carvers of Coppermine - 1987

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

  • Duration: 30m 31s

    Spence Bay Northern Games - July 1984

    Location: Spence Bay - Taloyoak

    Segment 1: Seal skinning contest between women from different communities, then men.

    Segment 2: The one hand touch Inuit game indoors.

    Segment 3: A strength challenge for men using a suspended rope outdoors.

  • Duration: 32m 36s

    Archival film from Cambridge Bay Dewline Site.

    Shot and edited by unknown persons.

    Shows Cambridge Bay Distant Early Warning site and the community in the 50's and 60's. Dates unknown.

    Runtime: 32:36

     

  • 12:11 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.

  • 12:37 IQ Part I

    Duration: 10m 59s

    A video of a lesson using the ‘Exploring Inuit Culture Curriculum’ of Isuma. Bringing Inuit culture into primary schools for the International Polar Year, the EICC is a multi-media unit for grades 4-6 about Inuit culture, the Arctic and Canada’s newest territory, Nunavut.

  • 12:48 IQ Part 2

    Duration: 16m 35s

    A video of a lesson using the ‘Exploring Inuit Culture Curriculum’ of Isuma. Bringing Inuit culture into primary schools for the International Polar Year, the EICC is a multi-media unit for grades 4-6 about Inuit culture, the Arctic and Canada’s newest territory, Nunavut.

  • Duration: 29m 24s

    Program name: Takujuminaqtut / Takuyuminaqtut
    Producer: Rankin Inlet – Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Host: Charlie Panigoniak
    Segment 1: Rankin Inlet’s Christmas activities including a feast and games at the community hall.
    Segment 2: Dog team racing during Christmas in Rankin Inlet, Nunavut.

  • Duration: 55m 9s

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     Since the 1970’s, IBC has been recording Inuit stories from an Inuit perspective – an estimated 9,000 hours of unique footage. In 2015, we began the process of cataloguing and digitizing these videos and have created the Inuit Film and Video Archive. Videos can be accessed online at www.isuma.tv/ibc.

  • 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: 1h 51m 6s

    Video from Bernard Harbour land camp with youth and elders. Part 1 of 4

    Shot and edited by unknown.

    On the land near Kugluktuk, Nunavut.

    Runtime: 1 hour 51mins 6secs

  • Duration: 1h 41m 41s

    Video from Bernard Harbour land camp with youth and elders.

    Shot and edited by unknown.

    On the land near Kugluktuk, Nunavut.

    Runtime: 1hour 47mins 47secs 

  • Duration: 53m 55s

    Video from Bernard Harbour land camp with youth and elders. Part 3 of 3

    Shot and edited by unknown.

  • Duration: 1h 22m 1s

    Video from Bernard Harbour land camp with youth and elders. Part 4 of 4

    Shot and edited by unknown.

    On the land near Kugluktuk, Nunavut.

    Runtime: 1 hour 22mins 1secs

  • Duration: 29m 28s

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  • Duration: 28m 55s

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

    Segment 1: Elder Walter Topilak and Effie Kakayak talk about how it was when Kugluktuk started as a community. They have seen big changes from the life style they lived before the establishment of the community.

  • 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.

  • 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: 29m 52s

    Program name: Ilinniq

  • Duration: 28m 54s

    Program name: Takujuminaqtut / Takuyuminaqtut
    Producer: Rankin Inlet – Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Host: Charlie Panigoniak

  • Duration: 14m 15s

     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: 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: 28m 49s

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    A children's song called "Five Little Ducks" that has been animated. Tallimat mitiralaat puijjuraqtut surusirnut ingingaq titiqtugaqtausimajut ajjinguangit.

     

  • Duration: 12m 30s

    A brief overview of the activities of the non-profit Inuit Art Foundation, which exists to facilitate the creative expressions of Inuit artists and to foster a broader understanding of these expressions worldwide.

    Filmmaker Contact:

     

    www.inuitart.org

    Year of Production: 2004

    Country: Canada

Ḵwaan sda: Kugluktuk Television Channel