Philadelphia Environmental Film Festival 2020

Program 01 - INDIGENOUS PERSPECTIVES

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Nunavik women practice the mesmerizing art of throat singing in their small village of Kangirsuk. Their voices carry through the four seasons of their Arctic land.

  • Year
    2018
  • Runtime
    3 minutes
  • Language
    English
  • Country
    Canada
  • Premiere
    September 1, 2018
  • Note
    Director Biography - Eva Kaukai, Manon Chamberland: Eva Kaukai was born in Nunavik. She grew up in Kangirsuk. With Wapikoni Mobile, she was able to use sound and video to express her reality, her culture and her attachment to the land through throat singing. Manon Chamberland was born in Nunavik. She grew up in Kangirsuk. With Wapikoni Mobile, she was able to use sound and video to express her reality, her culture and her attachment to the land through throat singing.
  • Director
    Eva Kaukai, Manon Chamberland,
  • Screenwriter
    Wapikoni MobileTeam
  • Producer
    Manon Barbeau
  • Cinematographer
    Saviluk Thomassie, Clark Ferguson, Emilie Baillargeon
  • Editor
    Emilie Baillargeon
  • Sound Design
    Simon Thériault
  • Music
    Eva Kaukai, Manon Chamberland