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Online Bannock and a Movie—July 2021—Inuit and Inuk stories

Date and Time:
July 7, 2021 8:00 am - July 31, 2021 11:59 pm
Location:
Online
Description:

Nukskahtowin would like to extend an invitation to view the July Online Bannock and a Movie series – Inuit and Inuk stories.

Nowhere Land – 15 mins
This short documentary serves as a quiet elegy for a way of life, which only exists now in the memories of those who experienced it. Bonnie Ammaaq and her family remember vividly. When Bonnie was a little girl, her parents packed up their essentials, bundled her, and her younger brother onto a long, fur-lined sled, and left the government-manufactured community of Igloolik to live off the land had generations of Inuit before them.

Three Thousand – 14 mins
In this short film, Inuk artist Asinnajaq plunges us into a sublime imaginary universe – 14 minutes of luminescent, archive-inspired cinema that recast the present, past, and future of her people in a radiant new light.

Timuti – 30 mins
In this short film, artist Jobie Weetaluktuk turns his gaze on his family and the power of ritual through the story of a young woman and her unplanned child. In Inukjuak, an Inuit community in the Eastern Arctic, a baby boy has come into this world, and they call him Timuti, a name that recurs across generations of his people, evoking Timutis alive and dead, who will nourish his spirit and shape his destiny.

If this is your first time visiting the Bannock and a Movie site, Online Bannock and a Movie is set up so you can sign up and self-enroll.

Please click on the “Access to Online Bannock and a Movie here” button below, then click on the “Create new account” button (at the bottom of the sign-up page) and create a username and password. After that, click on the “Access to Online Bannock and a Movie here” button again and click the “Enrol me” button.

Access to Online Bannock and a Movie here!

Add to Calendar July 7, 2021 8:00 am July 31, 2021 11:59 pm MT Online Bannock and a Movie—July 2021—Inuit and Inuk stories

Nukskahtowin would like to extend an invitation to view the July Online Bannock and a Movie series – Inuit and Inuk stories.

Nowhere Land – 15 mins
This short documentary serves as a quiet elegy for a way of life, which only exists now in the memories of those who experienced it. Bonnie Ammaaq and her family remember vividly. When Bonnie was a little girl, her parents packed up their essentials, bundled her, and her younger brother onto a long, fur-lined sled, and left the government-manufactured community of Igloolik to live off the land had generations of Inuit before them.

Three Thousand – 14 mins
In this short film, Inuk artist Asinnajaq plunges us into a sublime imaginary universe – 14 minutes of luminescent, archive-inspired cinema that recast the present, past, and future of her people in a radiant new light.

Timuti – 30 mins
In this short film, artist Jobie Weetaluktuk turns his gaze on his family and the power of ritual through the story of a young woman and her unplanned child. In Inukjuak, an Inuit community in the Eastern Arctic, a baby boy has come into this world, and they call him Timuti, a name that recurs across generations of his people, evoking Timutis alive and dead, who will nourish his spirit and shape his destiny.

If this is your first time visiting the Bannock and a Movie site, Online Bannock and a Movie is set up so you can sign up and self-enroll.

Please click on the “Access to Online Bannock and a Movie here” button below, then click on the “Create new account” button (at the bottom of the sign-up page) and create a username and password. After that, click on the “Access to Online Bannock and a Movie here” button again and click the “Enrol me” button.

Access to Online Bannock and a Movie here!

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