Congratulations to the imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival for anouther great festival and to all the film makers and award winners-especially our Nunavut Productions!!
Maliglutit- Searchers Directed by Zacharias Kunuk Co-Directed by Natar Ungalaaq, Best Indigenous Language Production
$1000 cash award presented by Indigenous Media Initiatives
Angry Inuk Directed by Alethea Arnaquq-Baril,
The Alanis Obomsawin Best Documentary Award
$2000 cash award presented by TVO
TWO LOVERS AND A BEAR has been selected for the 48th annual edition of the Cannes Film Festival's Directors' Fortnight section! Congratulations to the Producers, Cast, Crew, and everyone who worked so hard to bring this Nunavut Co-Produced and filmed in Iqaluit production together!
ANGRY INUK has won the Vimeo On Demand Audience Award & $25,000 Canadian Documentary Promotion Award at the 2016 Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival. Congratulations director Alethea Arnaquq-Baril and everyone involved with the film! ANGRY INUK is about how Inuit hunters in arctic communities are negatively affected by animal rights groups protesting against the Canadian east coast seal hunt.
OPEN CALL AUDITIONS-NO LATER THAN JANUARY 27TH, 2016.
The producers of the award-winning film THROAT SONG are holding OPEN CALL auditions for THE GRIZZLIES, a new feature film based on the inspiring true story of a group of Inuit students in a struggling Arctic community, whose lives are changed by the transformative power of team sports.
They are scouting Canada’s North (NWT, Nunavut, Nunavik) for Inuit boys and girls to play lead roles in the movie, which will begin shooting in Iqaluit, Nunavut in April 2016.
No previous acting experience is required!
Congratulations to the team at Arnait video productions whose film SOL has been nominated for five Canadian Screen Awards:
Best Documentary Program
Best Writing in a Documentary Program or Series
Best Sound in a Non-Fiction Program or Series
Best Original Music for a Non-Fiction Program or Series
Best Direction in a Documentary Program.
SOL a Nunavut Film Funded, Award Winning film will be screening at the Astro Theatre in Iqaluit January 28th and 29th. Admission will be by donation with all funds going to the Embrace Life Council.
Wednesday - 6:30 pm
Thursday - 5:00 pm
Astro Theatre in Iqaluit
Sponsored and organized by Arnait Video Productions who will be accepting donations for in lieu of admission fee.
TV Nunavut Educational Broadcast Society (TVNEBS) was incorporated as a non-profit Society in 2014. A Board of Directors manages it. The Society was formed to ultimately create a regional media broadcaster in Nunavut.
The Executive Director is responsible for the successful leadership and management of the organization according to the strategic direction set by the Board of Directors.
We are seeking a responsible, highly organized individual with administrative experience and advanced communication skills.
Nunavut Film has revised guidelines and application processes for all programs and is pleased to announce the creation of a new program, the 'Inuktut Versioning Fund for Existing Programming'.
The Government of Nunavut Department of Culture and Heritage has granted additional funding to support the use of the Inuit language (Inuktut) in films, television and digital media. This support realizes the Government of Nunavut’s commitment under Uqausivut Plan, the government’s roadmap to implement the Official Languages Act and Inuit Language Protection Act.