october, 2021

fri22oct(oct 22)10:00 amsun24(oct 24)10:00 amAjjigiingiluktaaqtugut (We Are All Different)Category:iNfestival2021,On-Demand,Short Film

Time

22 (Friday) 10:00 am - 24 (Sunday) 10:00 am(GMT-04:00) View in my time

Event Details

What does it mean to be Inuk? Historically depicted as welcoming and friendly people in remote, snowy landscapes, in reality, Inuit live across the globe. McIntyre asks what it means to belong in a changing world when our ideas of Inuk-ness are so tied to particular representations.

Director/Producer: Lindsay McIntyre (Inuit/Scottish)
Canada | 2020 | 18 min
French w English subtitles | Documentary Short
North American Premiere

Availability: Ontario
Content Warnings: None

Lindsay McIntyre is a filmmaker and multidisciplinary artist of Inuit and settler Scottish descent. Working with 16mm film using experimental and handmade techniques, her short films circle themes of portraiture, place, form, and personal histories. 

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