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From the stone to digital age in a human lifetime

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14 October 2009

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Zach said to me this spring that "In my lifetime, I've gone from the stone age to the digital age". This is the video to prove it. See our crew in action as we coordinate our project between Winnipeg, a campsite miles outside of Igloolik, and Saudi Arabia using satellite and internet technology. Arguably this is the first indigenous broadcast from "the land" ever done.

Filmmaker: Ian Mauro

Filmmaker Contact:

 

ianmauro [at] uvic [dot] ca

Producer's Name: Isuma Productions

Year of Production: 2009

Distributor Information:

 

Isuma Productions

Country: Canada

Region: Nunavut

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Duration:

10m 10s

Location:

Keewatin Region, NU, Canada

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