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Inuit Cree Reconciliation

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09 October 2011

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Zacharias Kunuk and Neil Diamond team up to research the events and historical impacts of an 18th century conflict between Inuit and Cree in Northern Québec.

Produced by Kingulliit Productions.

Screening Information:

Year:  2013

Genre:  Documentary

Length: 45 minutes

Language: Inuktitut & Cree (English subtitles)

Format:  HDCam SR (16:9)

Sound:  Stereo

World Premier:  2013 imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival (Toronto, Canada)

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Duration:

46m 34s

Tagged:

Cree, downloadable, Great Whale River, Inuit, Inuit Amalu Adlait Isumagijuniqatiginiiq, Inuit Cree Reconciliation, Kanajuq (fish), kuujjuarapik, peace, reconciliation, war, Whapmagootsui

Uqausivut:

Inuktitut

Nunanguat:

Canada, Great Whale River, Quebec

Tukisigiarviit: Inuit Cree Reconciliation

  • Cine Las Americas Screening

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    channel: Inuit Cree Reconciliation

    Inuit Cree Reconciliation will screen Friday April 25th, at 6pm at the 2014 Cine Las Americas Film Festival as part of the Panorama Documentary Shorts program. 

    Cine Las Americas is a multi-cultural,  non-profit organization based in Austin Texas, offering theatrical screenings of films made by or about Latinos or indigenous peoples of the Americas.

    Cine Las Americas promotes cross-cultural understanding and growth by educating, entertaining and challenging the diverse Central Texas community through film and media arts.

    Full details at cinelasamericas.org

    uploaded date: 16-04-2014

  • Inuit Cree Reconciliation Wins Best Short Documentary

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    channel: Inuit Cree Reconciliation

    Zacharias Kunuk and Neil Diamond's Inuit Cree Reconciliation wins Best Short Documentary at the 2013 imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival!

    The 14th annual imagineNATIVE Festival presented the most compelling and distinctive Indigenous works from around the globe, October 16-20, 2013, in several downtown Toronto venues.

     

    Check out the other winners here

     

    uploaded date: 21-10-2013