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  • 27m 48s

    07496IQ-QIM-00-08-INUK

    uploaded by: IBC admin

    channel: IBC


    Program: Qimavvik – was an Igloolik cultural show including storytelling, hunting and sewing techniques, legends, language, igloo building, etc.   

    Producer: Rankin Inlet and Baker Lake, Inuit Broadcasting, Nunavut
    Host: Celina Panika

    Segment 1: Baker Lake residents perform by drumming and singing ajajaa songs.

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    uploaded date: 21-03-2019

  • 28m 53s

    00534IQ+Qim-99-##-Inuk

    uploaded by: IBC admin

    channel: IBC 2

    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.
    Host: Michael Haqpi

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    uploaded date: 14-01-2016

  • 28m 54s

    Walk from Chuchill

    uploaded by: IBC admin

    channel: IBC 2

    Producer: Arviat - Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Host: Charlie Paniguniaq
    Camera: Charlie Paniguniaq, Michael Angalik, Allen Robyn
    Location: Kuujjuaq, Arviat

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    uploaded date: 11-01-2016

  • Quaqtaq

    uploaded by: John Hodgins

    channel: Kingulliit

    Filmed in 1956, this document presents the Inuit life in the winter camp of Quaqtaq, comprised of large family igloos. Traditional, their life is punctuated by hunting, women gathering, social life, building igloos, children playing...… Read more

    uploaded date: 22-09-2015

  • 28m 53s

    00732IQ+ Baker Lake-1992-06-Inukshuk #5

    uploaded by: IBC admin

    channel: IBC

    Program name: Inukshuk

    Inuit Broadcasting Corporation (1982-1992 -10-year Anniversary)
    Producer: Rankin Inlet
    Host: Albert Kimmarliarjuk

    Segment 1: David Mannik from Baker Lake sings ajaaja songs about the hardships he and his family went through many years ago. He also tells stories about those days.

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    uploaded date: 29-05-2015

  • 19m 54s

    Student Exchange in Eskimo Point

    uploaded by: IBC admin

    channel: IBC

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

    Segment 1: Students from a southern town come up to Arviat on a student exchange. They are shown a variety of activities that are normal to Inuit students, such as making sleds or tanning caribou skins. They are also taken out on a snowmobile.

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    uploaded date: 26-05-2015

  • 28m 54s

    Mud Runners & Snow Handle Making _1987

    uploaded by: IBC admin

    channel: IBC

    Mud runners and snow knife handle making

    Producer: Baker Lake – Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Host: Peter Tapatai
    Location: Baker Lake

    Segment 1: Silas Aittauq describes how he uses sod to put on qamutiik (kamotik – sled) runners.

    Segment 2: Making a pana (snow knife) handle.

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    uploaded date: 08-05-2015

  • 28m 19s

    Inukshuk (Kamotik - Making of a Hunter, Oaniutit) _1992

    uploaded by: IBC admin

    channel: IBC

    Program name: Inukshuk
    Producer: Peter Tapatai - Baker Lake - Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Host: Victor Qilulaaq
    Camera: Martin Qilak
    Location: Baker Lake

    Segment 1: Before wood was introduced, Inuit used to make komatiks (qamutiik) using caribou skin and bones. Victor explains this.

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    uploaded date: 07-05-2015

  • 59s

    NbyE_Experience

    uploaded by: bertrand lozay

    channel: bertrandlozay

    This is the video-trailer of a Greenlandic hunting expedition film, planned for March 2016... West + East Greenland!

    with Kulturfond (Greenland) + NunaFonden (Greenland) + KNR fund (Greenland) + to be continued....

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    uploaded date: 11-12-2014

  • Qamutik

    uploaded by: IsumaTV

    channel: Atanarjuat (The Fast Runner)

    In the film, this qamutik (sled) belongs to Atanarjuat. It is made of caribou antlers and bone carefully laced together with sinew cord. Water is drizzled on the runners until it freezes, then made slick with a scrap of fur so that travel over the ice and tundra is swift and smooth.

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    uploaded date: 15-10-2009