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DonaldMorin's picture

Uploaded by: DonaldMorin

Uploaded date: 15 November 2009

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Synopsis: Surfacing The Thames was an experimental film by experimental filmmaker David Rimmer. He was my first 16mm film teacher at SFU 1983, and I appreciated his work and support as a young film student of that decade. He took a strip of film and rephotographed it numerous times to create the lengthen work that it is today.

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Duration:

13m 30s

Tagged:

donald morin, Native experimental films

Languages:

English

Location:

Bulkley-Nechako G, BC, Canada

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Vanessa's picture

Manager: Vanessa

26 October 2009

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Tagged:

art, Dion, Drawing, Fletcher, Print, prints, sculpture, Vanessa
  • Tigre de Barro
  • Lobo Móvil

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Lilia Cruz's picture

Uploaded by: Lilia Cruz

03 September 2009

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Gabriela Gamez's picture

Uploaded by: Gabriela Gamez

Uploaded date: 27 February 2009

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A slideshow of the THREE EXTRAORDINARY SOAPSTONE SCULPTURES  based on the legend and film Atanarjuat The Fast Runner, by three Inuit master carvers, Zacharias Kunuk, James Ungalaq and Natar Ungalaq ---Award winning director, designer and star, of the internationally acclaimed Inuit film Atanarjuat The Fast Runner.---

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Duration:

51s

Tagged:

artwork, Atanarjuat, fast runner, kunuk, sculpture, sculptures, soapstone, ungalaq

Languages:

Inuktitut

Location:

Igloolik, NU, Canada
  • Love and Hate, James Ungalaq
  • Love and Hate (detail 1), James Ungalaq
  • Love and Hate (detail 2), James Ungalaq
  • Atanarjuat and Atuat, Atanarjuat The Fast Runner
  • Atanarjuat and Atuat, 'Atanarjuat The Fast Runner'
  • Head-punching Uqi, Zacharias Kunuk
  • Head-punching Uqi (detail 2), Zacharias Kunuk
  • Head-punching Uqi (detail 1), Zacharias Kunuk
  • Head-punching Uqi, 'Atanarjuat The Fast Runner'
  • Atanarjuat and Uqi, 'Atanarjuat The Fast Runner'
  • Shaman Spirits, Natar Ungalaq
  • Shaman Spirits detail, Natar Ungalaq
  • Shaman Spirits tusks, Natar Ungalaq
  • Tungajuaq the Shaman, 'Atanarjuat The Fast Runner'

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Gabriela Gamez's picture

Uploaded by: Gabriela Gamez

26 February 2009

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THREE EXTRAORDINARY SOAPSTONE SCULPTURES  Based on the legend and film Atanarjuat The Fast Runner, by three Inuit master carvers, Zacharias Kunuk, James Ungalaq and Natar Ungalaq ---Award winning director, designer and star, of the internationally acclaimed Inuit film Atanarjuat The Fast Runner.---

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Location:

Igloolik, NU, Canada

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Bracken Hanuse Corlett's picture

Uploaded by: Bracken Hanuse Corlett

Uploaded date: 12 January 2009

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This film was comissioned by the Alternator Gallery in Kelowna, under the theme, "Community Complicity." This piece speaks about disconnection from the land, colonial erasure, and the search for something true in the concrete jungle....warning there is brief side and bum nudity ;)

Filmmaker: Bracken H'anuse Corlett

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Duration:

4m 56s

Tagged:

(dis)Place, alternator, colonization, community, complicity, decolonization, land, urbanization

Location:

Kelowna, BC, Canada

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IAF's picture

Uploaded by: IAF

Uploaded date: 15 December 2008

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Narrated in Inuktitut, Shaping our Future provides a brief overview of the Inuit Art Foundation and its many activities. Combining footage from the Arctic with scenes filmed at the foundation’s headquarters in Ottawa, the 12-minute video follows IAF’s evolution from publisher of a modest newsletter into a model organization for indigenous groups worldwide.

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Duration:

13m 44s

Tagged:

artists, culture, education, Film, foundation, history, Inuit art, nonprofit, shop

Languages:

Inuktitut

Location:

Ottawa, ON, Canada

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IAF's picture

Uploaded by: IAF

Uploaded date: 11 December 2008

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A brief overview of the activities of the non-profit Inuit Art Foundation, which exists to facilitate the creative expressions of Inuit artists and to foster a broader understanding of these expressions worldwide.

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www.inuitart.org

Year of Production: 2004

Country: Canada

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Duration:

12m 30s

Tagged:

art, artists, community, culture, education, foundation, funding, history, iaf, Inuit art, nonprofit, training

Languages:

English

Location:

Ottawa, ON, Canada

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IAF's picture

Manager: IAF

11 December 2008

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Inuit Art Foundation (IAF) exists to facilitate the creative expressions of Inuit artists and to foster a broader understanding of these expressions

Established in 1985, the non-profit Inuit Art Foundation (IAF) exists to facilitate the creative expressions of Inuit artists and to foster a broader understanding of these expressions worldwide. The foundation is entirely owned and governed by Inuit artists.

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Languages:

Inuktitut