Mountain View, California, 26 April 2016. The Mars Institute, in partnership with Jules Verne Adventures, is proud to announce special advance screenings of “Passage To Mars”, the spectacular motion picture documentary film on the Mars Institute and NASA’s epic Northwest Passage Drive Expedition in the Arctic.
In this presentation, Lindsay DuPre outlines the Connected North program with Cisco Canada and TakingITGlobal.
Tagged:Arctic, arts, Arviat, canada, cisco, connected north, education, indigenous, Inuit, Iqaluit, Métis, norway, sami, technology, youth
Tagged:Arviat, clean water, climate change, envronment, indigenous, Inuit, Nunavut, research, students, water, youth
Location:arviat, Arviat Nunavut
This video was filmed, produced and edited by Dylan Clark from the Climate Change Adaptation Research Group at McGill University: http://www.jamesford.ca/archives/4335
The Food is Belonging Event was hosted by TakingITGlobal and Arctic College as part of Global Dignity 2015 Celebrations.
Tagged:art, arts education, canada, children, culture, global dignity, Human Rights, indigenous, Inuit, mcgill university, music, Nunavut, Nunavut Arctic College, resilience, takingitglobal, university of guelph, youth
Ottawa, October 21, 2015 - Today, thousands of students across Canada joined 400,000 of their peers, in over 60 countries, in celebration of the international day to empower youth with dignity, Global Dignity Day.
Tagged:ashley callingbull, children, dignity, First Nations, global dignity, Human Rights, Inuit, youth
Location:Ontario Canada, Ottawa
A Summer in the Life of Louisa
Director: Ann Hanson
Producers: Jerry Giberson and Debbie Brisebois
Camera: Carlos Fernand
Music: Del Carry
This is a powerful docu-drama about wife abuse (family violence) and breakdown of a couple’s relationship.
Tagged:alcohol, Arctic, Canadian Inuit, family violence, IBC, ift_community_Igloolik, inuit broadcasting corporation, Nunavut, spousal abuse
Location:Iqaluit, NU, Canada
Program name: Tohaknaak
Producer: Cambridge Bay – Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
Host: Sarah Green
Location: Cambridge Bay
Public Meeting Host: James Kavana
Segment 1: Hunters and Trappers Association Public meeting in Cambridge Bay.
The film is documented in Inuinnaqtun.
Items of discussion: the meat plant, policies regarding wildlife.
Tagged:Arctic, arctic char, butchering meat, Canadian Inuit, caribou, fish net, Fisheries and Oceans, IBC, Inuit Broadcasting Corporation, legends, Meat Plant, muskox, Netsilingmiut, Nunavut, polar bear, square dancing
Kingulliit: The Next Generation (Part 2)
Pingajugijat Kinguvaarijat: The Third Generation
Part 2 of the Kingulliit documentary, by Zacharias Kunuk and Paul Aarulaaq Quassa.
In the 1980’s and 90’s, as aging elders and Third Generation children become modern adults, southern radio and television introduced in 1982 increase the impact of foreign language and culture, and quickly alter the community dynamics of the settlement. Traditional respect for leadership by elders is undermined as Third Generation adults are prematurely empowered by new skills: the ability to speak, read and write English; to negotiate with white bosses and bureaucracies; to get jobs using new technology like trucks, heavy equipment, cash registers, typewriters, fax machines and computers.
Tagged:ift_community_Igloolik, kingulliit, Paul Aarulaaq Quassa, the next generation, Zacharias Kunuk
YEAR OF PRODUCTION: 2000
DURATION: 29 min
FORMAT: Video (colour)
LANGUAGE: Inuktitut, Eng/Fr s-t
DIRECTORS: Mary Kunuk, Marie-Helene Cousineau
PRODUCER: Arnait Video Productions
SOUND: Pacome Qudlaut
CAMERA: Marie Helene Cousineau
SCRIPT WRITER: Mary Kunuk, Marie-Helene Cousineau
EDITOR: Marie-Christine Sarda
CAST/PERFORMERS: Rachel Uyarasuk, Sylvia Ivalu, Charlie Qulitalik, Marie David
FUNDING: Telefilm Canada, ATPN, Channel 24, Canada Council for the Arts, Conseil des arts et des lettres du Quebec
SELECTED SCREENINGS: APTN (Canada), Channel 24 (Igloolik), ImagineNative Film Festival (Toronto, 2001: Best Video), Native Americain Film and Video Festival (New-York, 2003)
Ningiura is an experimental fiction based on authentic oral histories, traditional knowledge and contemporary reality of Igloolik today.
An elder and her grand-daughter get to know and appreciate each other after a family tragedy.
Tagged:Ajaja, Arnait Video Productions, contemporary reality of Igloolik, ift_community_Igloolik, oral histories, traditional knowledge
Location:Igloolik, NU, Canada
This informative panel presentation share stories of practical experience from those engaged in community engagement activities that support community resilience.