Clothing

  • 23m 24s

    Attagutaaluk (Starvation)

    uploaded by: Anonymous

    channel: Arnait Video Productions

    YEAR OF PRODUCTION: 1992
    DURATION: 23 min
    GENRE: Documentary
    FORMAT: Video (colour)
    LANGUAGE: Inuktitut, Eng/Fr s-t
    DIRECTOR: Arnait Video Collective
    PRODUCER: Arnait Ikkagurtigitt Collective
    CAMERA: Martha Maktar

    uploaded date: 13-02-2015

  • 10m 1s

    Emile Immaroitok with Bernard Saladin d'Anglure, 1972, Trailer 10:01 ᓂᐲᑦ ᐃᓄᒃᑎᑐᑦ and English with French subtitles

    uploaded by: Anonymous

    channel: My Father's Land

    Emile Immaroitok with Bernard Saladin d'Anglure 1972, 10:01 ᓂᐲᑦ ᐃᓄᒃᑎᑐᑦ Inuktitut and English, French sub-titles. Assembled into a trailer of Zacharias Kunuk videos filmed over years on the hunt and in Igloolik, editor Carol Kunnuk.

    Bernard Saladin d’Anglure: So Immaroitok, you arrived at your camp at Steensby Inlet?

    Emile Immaroitok: Yes.

    uploaded date: 08-06-2012

  • 27m 10s

    Piujuk and Angutautuq

    uploaded by: Anonymous

    channel: Arnait Video Productions

    YEAR OF PRODUCTION: 1994
    DURATION: 26 min
    GENRE: Documentary
    FORMAT: Video (colour)
    LANGUAGE: Inuktitut, Eng/Fr s-t
    DIRECTOR: Arnait Video Collective
    PRODUCER: Arnait Video Collective

    uploaded date: 20-03-2012

  • 1m 52s

    Why this Project Of inuuja

    uploaded by: Anonymous

    channel: Inuujait

    This project of inuuja is a great teaching tool for a workshop that involves our culture and to show the last three generations of the life we have lived and how it has changed, when there was little wood and metal available in inuit settlements, when most of the inuit still lived in sod houses and when only a few house where made.

    This project of inujja is a great way to teach our youth and children.

    All the inujja are made in different clothing that where tough by our mothers, to teach us how to measure and make the clothing, that has been passed on by our antcoistors and we use them for our clothing, this was the way they would teach the girls to know knowledge and survive in their environment, learning how to sew and make clothing and what were their responsibilities.

    Inujjaa (inuit traditional dolls) that is made with small pieces of wood, bones and traditional clothing are the original inujjaa we would use, also the fur, bones and rock were the only one available for their toys.  The one who is making the original inujjaa is measuring the clothing that her mother had tought her.  This show a great way to learn and teach our culture. That is why I have decided to make the project of Inujjaa.

    uploaded date: 04-11-2011

  • 3m 35s

    Why it is important

    uploaded by: Anonymous

    channel: Inuujait

    From my experience , I wanted to see and imagine what they where talking about , I have been working in films as a art director and it was challenging for me because I thought I knew my culture when I was growing up , but when I had to decide on a set ,it was hard to remember and I have forgotten a lot that are important and I needed to see in order to remember how it was made and how it was u

    uploaded date: 04-11-2011

  • 3m 4s

    it was hard to have inuuja

    uploaded by: Anonymous

    channel: Inuujait

    It was hard to get a new inujja because there was hardly any wood , when my father was making sled ( kamutti ) their would be small peaces and the wood was so breakable, my father made me one after he made the sled .

    uploaded date: 28-10-2011

  • 4m 5s

    props and toys for my inuuja

    uploaded by: Anonymous

    channel: Inuujait

    I did not like small animals , my inujjaa would have fur from a caribou skin firom an antler ,that is why I never use any small animal fur . when my mother first made me a sheet for a caribou skin from an alter I was soo happy . but after words I was able to use leman fur because other girls had it

    uploaded date: 28-10-2011

  • 52m 34s

    IGLOOLIK NUNAVUT/IGLOOLIK NOTRE TERRE - partie 2

    uploaded by: Anonymous

    channel: Bernard Saladin d'Anglure

    IGLOOLIK NUNAVUT/IGLOOLIK NOTRE TERRE
    WARC'HOAZH
    FR3 presente
    avec la collaboration de
    SERDDAV - CNRS - France
    INUKSIUTIIT KATIMAJIIT
    INUMMARIT ASSOCIATION
    INUIT TAPIRISAT
    UNIVERSITE LAVAL - Canada

    Un film de
    BERNARD SALADIN D'ANGLURE
    (Anthropologie)
    et
    MICHEL TREGUER
    (Cinema)

    uploaded date: 06-12-2010

  • 10m 21s

    Qulliq (Oil Lamp)

    uploaded by: Anonymous

    channel: Arnait Video Productions

    YEAR OF PRODUCTION: 1993
    DURATION: 10 min
    GENRE: Documentary
    FORMAT: Video (colour)
    LANGUAGE: Inuktitut, Eng/Fr s-t
    CAST/PERFORMERS: Susan Avingaq, Madeline Ivalu
    DIRECTOR: Arnait Video Collective

    uploaded date: 23-11-2009

  • 7m 23s

    Tungijuq

    uploaded by: Anonymous

    channel: IsumaTV 2.0

    What We Eat: Inuit jazz throat-singer Tanya Tagaq, and Cannes-winning filmmaker Zacharias Kunuk, talk back to Brigitte Bardot and anti-sealhunting lobby on the eternal reality of hunting. Selected for Sundance, Toronto International Film Festival, Best Short, imagineNATIVE Film Fest 2009.

    uploaded date: 12-03-2009

  • 58m 16s

    Nunaqpa (Going Inland) 1991

    uploaded by: Anonymous

    channel: MICH Living Archives

    Second Isuma recreated fiction, 1991. Summer in the 1930's. For Igloolik Inuit, it is the time of Nunaqpa, 'going inland,' the long walk in search of summer-fat caribou to catch enough meat for the hard winter ahead. Two families leave for the hunt, while the old couple waits by the shore for their return...

    uploaded date: 29-10-2006

  • 49m 24s

    Inuit Piqutingit (What Belongs to Inuit)

    uploaded by: Anonymous

    channel: Inuit Culture Education

    A group of Nunavut elders travel to five museums in North America to see and identify artifacts, tools and clothing collected from their Inuit ancestors. Directed by Zacharias Kunuk and Bernadette Dean.

    Filmmaker: Zacharias Kunuk, Bernadette Dean

    Filmmaker Contact: zkunuk [at] isuma [dot] ca; saniruaq [at] qiniq [dot] com; www.isuma.ca

    uploaded date: 10-05-2006

  • 50m 37s

    Artcirq

    uploaded by: Anonymous

    channel: Exploring Inuit Culture Online

    Working and training together over the course of two summers, a group of students from Montreal's National Circus School and local Inuit youth from Igloolik produce a unique circus performance which marries Inuit traditions with classic elements of the Big Top. Written, produced and performed by Isuma's Inuusiq Youth Group.

    uploaded date: 14-01-2001