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29 julio 2019

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  • 00:00 Perspectives | Why We Do This?

    Duration: 42m 9s

    Three partners of Igloolik Isuma Productions interview themselves about the meaning of their work together. Shot sometime in the early 1990's, date unknown.

    Why We Do This? Zach Kunuk, Qulitalik, Norman Cohn, 42:09, Inuktitut and English. Early 1990s.

  • 00:42 Shorts | 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: 6m 30s

    IFN Tour started in Rankin Inlet in November 2006. Isuma’s team participated in the Community Feast and screened The Journals of Knud Rasmussen the next day. We had about 300 people on that first screening.

  • Duration: 16m 6s

    Part 4 of TV series for kids in Greenland. Created by filmmaker Laila Hansen. Filmmaker Laila Hansen creates 25 minutes per week children shows for TV Greenland.

  • Duration: 10m 16s

    In this tour two youth from the Artcirq group went along with the technician. They screened The Journals, talked about their experience with circus and video art to other youth, and gave some performances at the communities they visited.

  • Duration: 9m 9s

    In this tour the artist Lucy Tulugarjuk went along with the technician.

  • 01:34 Quebec Tour

    Duration: 7m 26s

    Isuma team screened in four communities around Quebec The Journals of Knud Rasmussen and some indigenous documentaries. Our team also gave some video workshops to the youth of the communities.

  • Duration: 45m 11s

    This second Isuma-Artcirq co-production by Igloolik youth is a story about a young Inuk who lost his love. Using alcohol to put reality and the past behind, the past keeps hunting him. When he loses control and beats up a man on the street he is sentenced to two months in an outpost camp, where a hunter is waiting for him. 

  • 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.

     

  • 02:37 Travelers

    Duration: 37m 5s

    Filmmaker: Marie-Hélène Cousineau

    Filmmaker Contact: Visit our website www.isuma.tv/arnait or www.isuma.ca

    Producer's Name: Arnait Video Productions

    Year of Production: 1996

    Distributor Information:

  • Duration: 35m 59s

    This rough draft is a preliminary video about the experience of Yamoussa Bangourra, African Dancer, acrobat juggler musician, coming to the high Arctic in the coldest period of the year, January, when the sun is not visible? Meeting the troup of Artcirq,

    Filmmaker: Guillaume Saladin

    Filmmaker Contact:

     

  • 03:50 Movie Night | Nunaqpa (Going Inland)

    Duration: 58m 16s

    Nunaqpa is the second Isuma recreated fiction, filmed with actors in 1990 recreating a Summer caribou hunt 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 and grandmother wait by the shore for their return.

  • Duration: 42m 55s

    Funny, fascinating, behind the scenes view by Greenland filmmaker Kenneth Rasmussen.

  • 05:32 Documentaries | Arviq! (Bowhead!)

    Duration: 52m 32s

    In 1994, fulfilling the wish of 94 year-old Noah Piugattuk to taste whale-skin maqtaq once again before he passes away, a group of Igloolik hunters illegally catches a bowhead whale after years of government prohibition. This event which sparks a legal controversy, the hunters are charged, government policy is resisted, then changed..

  • 06:24 Umiaq Part 1

    Duration: 28m 51s

    Paul Apak Angilirq (1954-1998) was vice-president and co-founder of Isuma. Apak began his career in 1978 as a trainee in Canada's Inukshuk Project, the first project to train indigenous TV producers in remote communities.

    Year of Production: 2009

    Country: Canada

  • 06:53 Umiaq Part 2

    Duration: 28m 51s

    Paul Apak Angilirq (1954-1998) was vice-president and co-founder of Isuma. Apak began his career in 1978 as a trainee in Canada's Inukshuk Project, the first project to train indigenous TV producers in remote communities.

    Year of Production: 2009

    Country: Canada

  • Duration: 29m 31s

    Qitdlassuaq Part 1, Igloolik Isuma Productions, IBC, 1987. Director Paul Apak Angilirq. Inuktut.

  • Duration: 29m 20s

    Qitdlassuaq Part 2, Igloolik Isuma Productions, IBC, 1987. Director Paul Apak Angilirq. Inuktut.

  • Duration: 29m 20s

    Qitdlassuaq Part 3, Igloolik Isuma Productions, IBC, 1987. Director Paul Apak Angilirq. Inuktut.

  • Duration: 29m 20s

    Qitdlassuaq Part 4, Igloolik Isuma Productions, IBC, 1987. Director Paul Apak Angilirq. Inuktut.

  • Duration: 29m 20s

    Qitdlassuaq Part 5, Igloolik Isuma Productions, IBC, 1987. Director Paul Apak Angilirq. Inuktut.

  • Duration: 10m 3s

    In February 2006, ten women and their children galvanized the community of Six Nations into occupying an area called Douglas Creek Estate to halt the growing land encroachment by the bordering town of Caledonia. The area, Six Nations land, had been illegally sold to a US-based developer to build a suburban housing complex.

  • Duration: 12m 36s

    Part 2: Leroy Hill, Cayuga Nation, is one of the Six Nations Confederacy chiefs who participates in the land negotiations with the federal and provincial governments.

  • Duration: 12m 20s

    Part 3: Bill Montour - Six Nations elected councillor in the Indian Act administrative body, the Band Council - speaks about the history of research that has been done to establish Six Nations ownership to the Haldimand Tract.

  • Duration: 13m 22s

    Part 4: Leroy Hill and Bill Montour explain the importance of challenging the divide and rule logic of the colonial system.

    Bill outlines the 8 points of jurisdiction that are central to the defense of their traditional land base and culture:

    1) the Haudenosaunee Great Law,

    2) the Land,

    3) Treaties,

    4) International relations,

  • Duration: 11m 30s

    Part 5: Boots speaks about one of the actions in a wave of protests ensuing from the initial land reclamation on Douglas Creek Estate and the following Stirling Street takeover in Caledonia (Ontario).

  • Duration: 17m 36s

    Year of Production: 2009

    Country: Canada

  • Duration: 17m 36s

    Year of Production: 2009

    Country: Canada

  • Duration: 16m 38s

    Year of Production: 2009

    Country: Canada

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