Langues Leçons

Raised in Mani-utenam, famous for its musical inclinations, Karen Pinette Fontaine is a seasoned singer-songwriter. In this immersive experience she uses the circular frame as a poetic device, inviting viewers to share her ongoing process of recovering the Innu-Aimun language.

Karen Pinette Fontaine (Innu)
Canada | 2019 | 360 Video

Karen Pinette Fontaine is a multi-talented artist with a passion for dance, music and writing. Karen has collaborated with Wapikoni for years from rushes viewing to directing her first film.
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