24 May 2018

2992 ḵing gan


9h 21m 54s
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    In preparation for their Youthlatch 2014, youth from the Old Massett Program learn to produce videos in a 2-day workshop with Nate Jolley and Kiefer Collison.

  • Duration: 2m 1s

    2017 Nattiq Frolics Documentry Film Teaser 

    40th Nattiq Frolics in Kugluktuk Coming soon on Channel 51 

    Filmed by Mathieu Dumond

    Produced by Edna Elias & Umingmak Productions 

    Funded by Kitikmeot Inuit Association - Kitikmeot Media Fund


  • 00:21 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.

  • 00:47 Special Events | Angajuksakuluk

    Duration: 5m 48s

    This is a Northern Haze song titled "Angajuksakuluk" was playing with Momo and his brother Aka Bangoura and they are from Guinea, Africa. We had the pleasure of mixing our Inuktitut song with little bit of African beat.

  • Duration: 8m 36s


    Filmmaker:Carol Kunnuk

    Contact:Norhern Haze

    Producer:  Carol Kunnuk and Derek Aqqiaruq

    Year of Production:2009

    Distributor Information: Igloolik Isuma production

    Country: Igloolik

  • Duration: 10m 38s

    Davd Zimmerly's photos of Puvirnitumiut building a qajaq in Toronto (1976) followed by fifteen years of qajaq building and paddling (2002 to 2016) as part of the Qajaq Project at Iguarsivik School in Puvirnituq.

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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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    Nunavut, circa 1913. Kuanana returns from a caribou hunt to discover his wife and daughter kidnapped, and the rest of his family slaughtered. His father's spirit helper, the loon Kallulik, sets him on course to overturn fate and reunite his family. Watch this complete film on iTunes.

  • Duration: 19m 53s

    Producer: John Aulajuq – Baker Lake - Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Camera: John Aulajuq

    Location: Arviat

    Segment 1: Charlie Panigoniak playing banjo and guitar, and singing with Lorna Tasiuq.

  • Duration: 48m 11s

    Artcirq show at the Northern Scene Festival in Ottawa performed on April 30, 2013 in front of a full house including the Honourable Eva Aariak, Premier of Nunavut and her guests.

    Integral performance from beginning to intermission only.


  • Duration: 1m 44s

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

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    Su Naa is a journey of resolve on an emotional landscape of grief. A sister tries to resolve her guilt in order to recover the happiness of the last night shared with her brother before he is killed in a tragic accident. The audience is taken through this journey of resolve on an emotional landscape of grief.

    Filmmaker: Helen Haig-Brown

  • Duration: 58m 8s

    Tohaknaak CB6-003 – 1990

    Program name: Tohaknaak
    Producer: Cambridge Bay – Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Location: Cambridge Bay, Nunavut

    Host: James Tologarnaq
    Interviewer: James Kavana
    Segment 1: The history of the Anglican Church in Cambridge Bay, Nunavut. Bishop Sperry talks about his travels to serve Inuit.

  • Duration: 28m 54s

  • Duration: 28m 56s

    Program name: Takujuminaqtut / Takuyuminaqtut
    Producer: Rankin Inlet - Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Host: Leo Subgut
    Segment 1: A First Nations drummer and band from Alberta came to Rankin Inlet to talk about addictions.
    Segment 2: Joe Inukshuk and Paul Pissuk talk about their experience while being lost during a hunting trip.

  • Duration: 24m 46s

  • Duration: 28m 55s

    Program name: Tohaknaak
    Producer: Cambridge Bay – Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Host: John Komak and Ada Todd

    Segment 1: After their election, the new members of the Hamlet Council are asked what they would like to accomplish during their term.

    Segment 2: James Kavana interviews elder Pat Topiluruk about his life.

  • Duration: 28m 49s

    Segment 1- Igloolik Aittuqmiut.

    Segment 2- "Umiaq" (Part 3).

    Filmmaker Contact:


    Camera: Paul Apak Angiliq

    Producer's Name: Paul Apak Angiliq

    Country: Canada

    Region: Qimaivvik

  • Duration: 1m 59s

    Arviat Television's Ethan Tassiuk caught up with Innosar Issakiark for a musical break during the 2016 Arviat Youth Leadership Camp this July.

    The camp, held July 1-8 saw more than a dozen highly-engaged young leaders developing their community development skills with support from the Hamlet of Arviat, TakingITGlobal and the Samuel Family Foundation. 

  • Duration: 27m 23s

    Program name: Qimaivvik
    Qimaivvik was a cultural show produced in Baker Lake or Igloolik, but included segments from all of IBC’s centres. Topics included: storytelling, hunting and sewing techniques, legends, language, and other traditional practices such as igloo building, etc.
    Producer: Rankin Inlet Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Host: Albert Kimmaliarjuk

  • Duration: 28m 55s

  • 07:31 Special Events | Northern Haze: Living the Dream

    Duration: 36m 32s

    Northern Haze: Living the Dream, Artcirq Productions 2011, Director Derek Aqqiaruq. Inuktut w/English s-t.

    Rocking the North hard and heavy since 1977, “Northern Haze: Living the Dream” tells the story of the first known Inuit Rock Band to sing in their native tongue.

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    Editing: Aaron Kunuk
    Camera: Zacharias Kunuk
    Elders Interviewed: Peter Suwaksiork and Anthony Manernaluk 

  • 08:15 Seal Hunt

    Duration: 27m 33s

    Seal Hunt


  • Duration: 29m 29s

    Program name: Inuusivut
    Producer: Rankin Inlet - Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Host: Emily Karetak
    Location: Rankin Inlet, Nunavut
    Segment 1: A Greenland band and theatre group perform for the crowd in Rankin Inlet, Nunavut.

  • Duration: 9m 26s

     Inuit Architecture, including the iglu and qarmaq, continue to be useful in the north as survival shelters. Buildings from Inuit tradition are also important ways of knowing about snow and the land. This video was made with the support of Climate Change and Health Adaptation Program for Northern First Nations and Inuit Communities, Dr.

Ḵwaan sda: Kugluktuk Television Channel