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Asinnajaq – Isabella-Rose Weetaluktuk

Canada | 2017 | 14 min
Ce film expérimental fait appel aux plans d’archives et à l’animation pour faire connaître 3000 ans de culture inuite en trois chapitres : le passé, le présent et l’avenir.
Director Asinnajaq – Isabella-Rose Weetaluktuk
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 Asinnajaq – Isabella-Rose Weetaluktuk

Asinnajaq – Isabella-Rose Weetaluktuk

Asinnajaq, also known as Isabella Weetaluktuk, is a filmmaker and artist whose work is fuelled by respect for human rights, a desire to explore her Inuit heritage, and a sense of wonder in what she calls the abundant beauty of the world.” The daughter of filmmaker Jobie Weetaluktuk and university professor Carol Rowan, she was a teenager when she assisted her father on Timuti (2012), a film he made in Inukjuak, home of their extended family. She later studied cinema at NSCAD University in Halifax, and her short film Upinnaqusittik (Lucky) (2016) premiered at iNuit Blanche, the first ever circumpolar arts festival in St. John’s. Her first film with the National Film Board of Canada, the 12-minute-long Three Thousand (2017), combines historic footage of Inuit, selected from the NFB’s archive, and original animation.