Have high-speed internet? Switch to High-Speed

Videos load too SLOW? Switch to Low-Speed

UVAGUT - 25.05.2022

About

16 May 2022

209 views

Duration:

24h
  • Duration: 56m 48s

    NITV: Nunatinni (At Our Place). Local news and culture from Igloolik.

    Segment 1- Mr. Qulitalik talking about new ice.

    Segment 2- ATN clips.

    Segment 3- Josepha making kamiks.

    Filmmaker Contact:

    Host: Carol Kunuk

    Camera: Natar Ungalaq

    Producer's Name: NITV

    Country: Canada

  • Duration: 3m 2s

    Papak Malliki of Igloolik speaks about climate change.

  • 01:00 Tunnganarniq Nunagijavut | Tunnganarniq Nunagijavut - Tom Mcleod

    Duration: 58m 56s

    Host Margaret Noksana chats with Inuvialuit Storyteller Tom Mcleod LIVE on September 8th, 2021 for Tunnganarniq Nunagijavut!

  • 02:00 Perspectives | Unakuluk (Dear Little One)

    Duration: 46m 22s

    Rooted in tradition, adoption is a reality that all Inuit families have experienced. In Inuit culture, adopting a child from a relative, friend or acquaintance is a common practice. Marie-Hélène Cousineau, the adoptive mother of Alexandre Apak, lived in Igloolik, a small island southwest of Baffin Island in the Arctic, for many years.

  • Duration: 10m 21s

    Women of the Arnait Video Collective reenact a traditional women's activity: the use of the qulliq. The qulliq is the seal oil lamp and stove of the old days, the only source of light and warmth. The women tell the story in words and songs as they install the qulliq in their igloo.

     

  • Duration: 3m 2s

    Joefrey Okalik from Whale Cove.

    Part of a series of stories about our legends, our histories, and our relationship with the land, sea, environment, and all living things within it. Produced by ITK. 

  • Duration: 57m 21s

    NITV: Nunatinni (At Our Place). Local news and culture from Igloolik.

    Episode with segments about Meeka Nangmalik, out-of-town camping and Repulse Hookie.

    Filmmaker Contact:

    Host: Carol Kunuk

    Producer's Name: NITV

    Country: Canada

  • Duration: 2m 17s

  • 04:00 Tunnganarniq Nunagijavut LIVE | Tunnganarniq Nunagijavut - Interview with Christian Tagoona

    Duration: 42m 14s

    Charmaine Komak sits down with Hip Hop Artist and public speaker Christian Tagoona LIVE on Tunnganarniq Nunagijavut on November 4th, 2021.

  • Duration: 3m 15s

  • 04:45 Inuusivut

    Duration: 10m 41s

    This is the first music video clip ever made in Igloolik, with the band "Eskiez", a very nice inspiration for all other musicians in town!! Other music video clips are on the way.

    Filmmaker: Guillaume Saladin and Derek Aqqiaquq

    Filmmaker Contact:

     

    www.artcirq.org

  • Duration: 3m 33s

  • Duration: 56m 48s

    NITV: Nunatinni (At Our Place). Local news and culture from Igloolik.

    Segment 1- Mr. Qulitalik talking about new ice.

    Segment 2- ATN clips.

    Segment 3- Josepha making kamiks.

    Filmmaker Contact:

    Host: Carol Kunuk

    Camera: Natar Ungalaq

    Producer's Name: NITV

    Country: Canada

  • Duration: 3m 2s

    Papak Malliki of Igloolik speaks about climate change.

  • Duration: 21m 59s

     PICKING HEATHER
    Ukaliq and Kalla are spending the weekend at their tent. Kalla wakes up early and decides to go for a walk and pick heather. The two make tea and bannock.

  • Duration: 5m 30s

    For thousands of years they guided us through this world, teaching us invaluable lessons about life and death. They strengthened our resolve and reinforced our connection to this land, to each other, and to the animals we share it with. They enriched our souls, empowered our imaginations, and defined who we are as a people. These are the stories of our elders.

  • Duration: 2m 18s

  • 06:30 Iglaq | Iglaq EP 4: Seasons

    Duration: 22m 24s

    Iglaq is a language based children’s program that aims to use art, animation and live action video to teach Inuvialuit language and culture.

  • Duration: 5m 30s

    For thousands of years they guided us through this world, teaching us invaluable lessons about life and death. They strengthened our resolve and reinforced our connection to this land, to each other, and to the animals we share it with. They enriched our souls, empowered our imaginations, and defined who we are as a people. These are the stories of our elders.

  • Duration: 2m 5s

    Qaujimaviit? is a series of short videos for learning or improving Inuktut language skills with Elder Peter Irniq.

    ISUMA: Qaujimaviit? Episode 1, Tiituriit? (2 mins), Igloolik Isuma Productions 2009, Host Peter Irniq. Inuktut no subtitles.

     

  • Duration: 22m 20s

     Rita Claire teaches Qimmiq about parts of the body, eating right and brushing our teeth. Looee Arreak sings “Inuktitut Uqausira” and we read the book My Tooth Hurts.
    -----
    ᐃᑦᑐᐊᖕᒐ ᐃᓕᓐᓂᐊᖅᑎᑦᑎᓂᐊᖅᑐᖅ ᕿᒻᒥᕐᒥ ᑎᒥᐅᑉ ᑭᓱᑯᑦᑎᖕᒋᓐᓂᒃ, ᓂᕆᑦᑎᐊᕐᓂᕐᒥᒃ ᐊᒻᒪᓗ ᑭᒍᑎᓯᐅᕐᓂᕐᒥᒃ. ᓗᐃ ᐋᕆᐊᒃ ᐃᖖᒋᕐᓂᐊᖅᑐᖅ “ᐃᓄᒃᑎᑐᑦ ᐅᖃᐅᓯᕋ” ᐊᒻᒪᓗ ᐅᖃᓕᒫᕐᓗᑕ ᐅᖃᓕᒫᒐᕐᒥᒃ ᑭᒍᓯᕆᔪᖕᒐ.

  • Duration: 5m 30s

    For thousands of years they guided us through this world, teaching us invaluable lessons about life and death. They strengthened our resolve and reinforced our connection to this land, to each other, and to the animals we share it with. They enriched our souls, empowered our imaginations, and defined who we are as a people. These are the stories of our elders

    ᖃᓄᐃᒪᑦ ᑐᓗᒐᐃᑦ ᓂᕆᔭᐅᕙᖏᓚᑦ.

  • Duration: 1m 48s

    Qaujimaviit? is a series of short videos for learning or improving Inuktut language skills with Elder Peter Irniq.

    ISUMA: Qaujimaviit? Episode 2, Tukisiviit? (2 mins), Igloolik Isuma Productions 2009, Host Peter Irniq. Inuktut no subtitles.

     

  • 07:29 Station ID 2

    Duration: 15s

  • 07:30 Iglaq | Iglaq Ep13: Dog Sledding

    Duration: 22m 44s

    Iglaq is a language based children’s program that aims to use art, animation and live action video to teach Inuvialuit language and culture.

  • Duration: 5m 30s

    For thousands of years they guided us through this world, teaching us invaluable lessons about life and death. They strengthened our resolve and reinforced our connection to this land, to each other, and to the animals we share it with. They enriched our souls, empowered our imaginations, and defined who we are as a people. These are the stories of our elders.

  • Duration: 58s

  • Duration: 45s

  • Duration: 21m 59s

     PICKING HEATHER
    Ukaliq and Kalla are spending the weekend at their tent. Kalla wakes up early and decides to go for a walk and pick heather. The two make tea and bannock.

  • Duration: 5m 30s

    For thousands of years they guided us through this world, teaching us invaluable lessons about life and death. They strengthened our resolve and reinforced our connection to this land, to each other, and to the animals we share it with. They enriched our souls, empowered our imaginations, and defined who we are as a people. These are the stories of our elders.

  • Duration: 2m 18s

  • 08:30 Iglaq | Iglaq EP 4: Seasons

    Duration: 22m 24s

    Iglaq is a language based children’s program that aims to use art, animation and live action video to teach Inuvialuit language and culture.

  • Duration: 5m 30s

    For thousands of years they guided us through this world, teaching us invaluable lessons about life and death. They strengthened our resolve and reinforced our connection to this land, to each other, and to the animals we share it with. They enriched our souls, empowered our imaginations, and defined who we are as a people. These are the stories of our elders.

  • Duration: 2m 2s

     Zacharias Kunuk films the making of a drum on April 16, 2004.

  • Duration: 22m 20s

     Rita Claire teaches Qimmiq about parts of the body, eating right and brushing our teeth. Looee Arreak sings “Inuktitut Uqausira” and we read the book My Tooth Hurts.
    -----
    ᐃᑦᑐᐊᖕᒐ ᐃᓕᓐᓂᐊᖅᑎᑦᑎᓂᐊᖅᑐᖅ ᕿᒻᒥᕐᒥ ᑎᒥᐅᑉ ᑭᓱᑯᑦᑎᖕᒋᓐᓂᒃ, ᓂᕆᑦᑎᐊᕐᓂᕐᒥᒃ ᐊᒻᒪᓗ ᑭᒍᑎᓯᐅᕐᓂᕐᒥᒃ. ᓗᐃ ᐋᕆᐊᒃ ᐃᖖᒋᕐᓂᐊᖅᑐᖅ “ᐃᓄᒃᑎᑐᑦ ᐅᖃᐅᓯᕋ” ᐊᒻᒪᓗ ᐅᖃᓕᒫᕐᓗᑕ ᐅᖃᓕᒫᒐᕐᒥᒃ ᑭᒍᓯᕆᔪᖕᒐ.

  • Duration: 5m 30s

    For thousands of years they guided us through this world, teaching us invaluable lessons about life and death. They strengthened our resolve and reinforced our connection to this land, to each other, and to the animals we share it with. They enriched our souls, empowered our imaginations, and defined who we are as a people. These are the stories of our elders

    ᖃᓄᐃᒪᑦ ᑐᓗᒐᐃᑦ ᓂᕆᔭᐅᕙᖏᓚᑦ.

  • Duration: 1m 48s

    Qaujimaviit? is a series of short videos for learning or improving Inuktut language skills with Elder Peter Irniq.

    ISUMA: Qaujimaviit? Episode 2, Tukisiviit? (2 mins), Igloolik Isuma Productions 2009, Host Peter Irniq. Inuktut no subtitles.

     

  • 09:29 Station ID 2

    Duration: 15s

  • 09:30 Iglaq | Iglaq Ep13: Dog Sledding

    Duration: 22m 44s

    Iglaq is a language based children’s program that aims to use art, animation and live action video to teach Inuvialuit language and culture.

  • Duration: 5m 30s

    For thousands of years they guided us through this world, teaching us invaluable lessons about life and death. They strengthened our resolve and reinforced our connection to this land, to each other, and to the animals we share it with. They enriched our souls, empowered our imaginations, and defined who we are as a people. These are the stories of our elders.

  • Duration: 58s

  • Duration: 45s

  • Duration: 59m 23s

  • Duration: 44m 56s

    Today's episode of Uumatimnin is about youth and culture.  Produced by the Inuvaluit Communications Society.

  • Duration: 13m 11s

    Produced by the Inuvialuit Communications Society.

  • Duration: 1m 32s

  • Duration: 29m 32s

     Language: Inuktitut

    Synopsis: Beatrice Deer interviews midwife Marilyn Mesher from Kuujjuaq, then travels to Salluit to interview midwives Saira Kakayuk, Louissa Pauyungie, Sarah Alaku and Elisapi Padlayat.

    Copyright: © T.N.I. 2019

  • Duration: 28m 27s

     Language: Inuktitut

    Synopsis: Nunavik pediatrician Dr. Johanne Morel is interviewed on her profession as she specializes in infants and gives advice on raising healthy infants.

    Genre: educational/parenting
    Copyright: © T.N.I. 2019

  • Duration: 57s

  • 13:00 Tunnganarniq Nunagijavut LIVE | Tunnganarniq Nunagijavut - Silla and Rise

    Duration: 1h

    Host Lucy Tulugarjuk connects with Silla and Rise members Charlotte Qamaniq, Charlotte Carleton and Rise Ashen to discuss traditional throat singing, and modern music LIVE on Tunnganarniq Nunagijavut December 8th, 2021. 

  • Duration: 1h 11m 6s

    Click on 'Read More' for English Translation of Joe Ataguttaaluk Testimony by Peter Irniq, May 2009

    Interview with Joe Ataguttaluk

    Iglulik, Nunavut

    May 2008

  • Duration: 17m 56s

    Click on 'Read More' for English Translation of Clara Quassa Testimony by Peter Irniq, May 2009

  • Duration: 21m 59s

     PICKING HEATHER
    Ukaliq and Kalla are spending the weekend at their tent. Kalla wakes up early and decides to go for a walk and pick heather. The two make tea and bannock.

  • Duration: 5m 30s

    For thousands of years they guided us through this world, teaching us invaluable lessons about life and death. They strengthened our resolve and reinforced our connection to this land, to each other, and to the animals we share it with. They enriched our souls, empowered our imaginations, and defined who we are as a people. These are the stories of our elders.

  • Duration: 2m 18s

  • Duration: 10s

  • Duration: 27m 43s

    Language: Inuktitut


    Synopsis: Series made for youth. The first episode features Salluit rapper Larry Thomassiah, the winner of Esuma and Aumaaggiivik Nunavik Arts Secretariat’s “Perseverance” song writing competition. Larry, along with Inuk singer Beatrice Deer, records his winning song “Be Happy” in a music studio in Montreal.

     

  • Duration: 1m 55s

  • Duration: 26m 57s

    All the way to Timbuktu.

    A documentary of the journey from the Arctic to Timbuktu, for the Festival au Desert. 10 young people, 6 from Igloolik, 2 from Iqaluit and 2 from france, meet in the sahara desert to perform in Bamako and Timbuktu, and give circus workshops to youth on the way.

     

  • Duration: 2m 52s

  • Duration: 24m 21s

     Language: Inuktitut

    Synopsis: A series of interviews and storytelling with the elders of Kangirsuk, Quebec.

    Copyright: © T.N.I. 2008

  • Duration: 24m 19s

     Language: Inuktitut

    Synopsis: A series of interviews and storytelling with the elders of Inukjuak, Quebec.

    Copyright: © T.N.I. 2008

  • 17:48 Perspectives | Ulu

    Duration: 5m 4s

    Tommy Kudluk is a handyman who spends most of his time on the land. He keeps Inuit traditions alive by fishing and eating just like his ancestors did. After catching an Arctic char with a spear, he makes his wife an "ulu", a traditional knife used by Inuit women so that she can prepare the fish for the family to enjoy.

    A Film by Tommy Kudluk

  • 17:53 Perspectives | Shiny Object

    Duration: 5m

    Inspired by the author’s own life story, Qilliqtu (Shiny Object) aims at reminding viewers that Indigenous stories span lifetimes and embraces the importance of connecting to the land.

    A Film by Kevin Tikivik

  • Duration: 59s

  • Duration: 1h 3s

    Inuit and Cree of Nunavik (Northern Québec) recount how they escaped the economic oppression of the Hudson’s Bay Company. Overcoming tremendous challenges, in 1959 they founded a co operative; then other communities followed suit. Today, the federation they created contributes as part of Nunavik’s co-operative movement, with accumulated assets exceeding half a billion dollars!

  • 19:00 Tunnganarniq Nunagijavut LIVE | Tunnganarniq Nunagijavut - Michael Akaralak

    Duration: 59m 49s

     Host Charmaine Komak talks to Michael Akaralak LIVE on February 24th, 2022.

  • 20:00 Movie Night | Before Tomorrow

    Duration: 1h 32m 23s

    Circa 1840. Two isolated families meet after many years. It is summer; a happy time to celebrate their reunion. Despite the joyful mood, Ningiuq, an old woman of strength and wisdom, cannot stop worrying. Is it the illness of her best friend, Kutuguk, who is preparing to die? Or is it the strange foreign object that Maniq, her favourite grandson, found on the beach?

  • Duration: 10m 36s

    This film documents the teamwork behind the feature "Before Tomorrow" produced by Igloolik Isuma Productions with Arnait Video Collective. Portraits of the art director and the co-directors of the film. 

    The Making of Before Tomorrow. By Carol Kunuk and Arnait Video Productions, 2008.  Inuktitut and English sub-titles.

  • Duration: 11m 12s

    Danish writer Jorn Riel, author of For Morgendagen, the book that inspired the filmmakers of Before Tomorrow, is interviewed by Marie-Hélène Cousineau, co-director of the film.  He talks about his experience in Greenland and his love and respect for the old Inuit women he met as a young adventurer in the Arctic. This interview took place on his farm in Sweden, in 2005.

  • 21:54 Movie Night | Interview with Madeline Ivalu

    Duration: 3m 34s

    Madeline Ivalu, co-director of Before Tomorrow, being interviewed before the New York screening.

  • Duration: 59s

  • Duration: 59s

  • Duration: 30m 18s

  • Duration: 57s

  • 22:31 Netsilik Series | Fishing at the Stone Weir: Part 2

    Duration: 26m 53s

    Filmed over a period of three years, from summer 1963 to the late winter of 1965, and released in 1967, the Netsilik series is about the traditional lifestyle of Netsilingmiut living in the area around Kuugaruk.

    In this episode, the fishing continues. Once the women have cleaned the fish, the plentiful catch is stored in stone caches.

    Dir: Quentin Brown. NFB. 1967

  • Duration: 59s

  • Duration: 28m 50s

    Igloolik, Spring 1946. It is the season of never-ending days. Two dog teams searching the spring ice, men and boys hunting day and night. Seals are everywhere: at the breathing holes, sleeping under the warm sun. Amachlainuk has a lucky day.

  • Duration: 58s

  • 23:30 Elders' Hour | Noah Piugattuk (Interview 3)

    Duration: 22m 15s

     Noah Piugattuk was born in 1900 and lived to be 96 years old. He spent most of his life living a traditional Inuit life on the land and over the course of his lifetime saw the decline of traditional practices that had persisted for thousands of years and the creation of a new relationship with the Canadian colonial state.

    In this interview, Noah talks about hunting whales.

  • 23:52 Elders' Hour | Noah Piugattuk Interview 4

    Duration: 5m 43s

    Noah talks about historical maps.

     

    A project of Kingulliit Productions and NITV.
    Thank you to Inuit Broadcasting Corporation.

  • Duration: 59s

  • Duration: 59s

More from this channel: Uvagut Playlists