Screenings

THURSDAY OCTOBER 6th- FREE PUBLIC SCREENING at the Astro Theatre, Iqaluit-

7:00pm Amaqqut Nunaat: The Country of Wolves

7:20pm Keepers of the Game

9:00pm Tony:Back from the Brink

ALSO on Friday October 7th  9:00am-10:30am at Astro Theatre,: A discussion on marketing, distribution, broadcast, and festivals for Filmmakers, Producers & Digital Artists with Claire Aguilar

Nunavut Film is proad to be one of the sponsors presenting a Special FREE Community Screening of 'INUK'.

INUK is the most awarded Greenlandic film ever with 22 awards in international film festivals. Representatives of the film will be in attendance. 

RESCHEDULED due to weather-** TUESDAY MARCH 12TH at 7:15pm !!**
at the Astro Theatre in Iqaluit


Sponsored by: 
NorthwesTel
Nunavut Film
Government of Nunavut Department of Education

 

The Nunavut Film Development Corporation (NFDC) is proud to partner with the National Film Board of Canada (NFB) to bring you Get Animated! Thursday November 8th, 2012 FREE ANIMATED SHORT FILMS 7:00 PM  at the Astro Theatre in Iqaluit, Nunavut !      

Treasures From the Far Fur Country

Monday September 17th, at 7:00pm at the Astro Theatre in Iqaluit, Nunavut, The Nunavut Film Development Corporation is pleased to co-sponsor a special screening of archival films from the Hudson's Bay Company's activities in the Canadian North in the early 20th century. FREE Admission, 30 min program followed by a question and answer discussion.   http://www.returnfarfurcountry.ca

Ajjiit Inuit Film Night

Ajjiit Nunavut Media Association is pleased to announce the Ajjiit   Inuit Film Night, sponsored by Qikitani Inuit Association, Nunavut Tunngavik Incorporated, the Alianait Festival and Nunavut Film Development Corporation

 

public screening

Tunniit: Retracing the Lines of Inuit Tattoos

A public screening of Alethea Arnaquq-Baril's documentary Tunniit: Retracing the Lines of Inuit Tattoos, will be held at the Astro Theatre, Iqaluit, on Sunday, November 14 at 5:00 pm. The screening is sponsored by Nunavut Film Development Corporation and the National Film Board.

As Arnaquq-Baril describes the one-hour documentary: "It’s about the Inuit tradition of face tattooing, which has been forbidden for a century, and almost forgotten. The film follows my journey to learn all about the tattoos,

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