Weekly Indigenous Film Series
Thursday March 29th 12-2pm in the Art Hive (MAHI)
1st Floor Education Building Library,
Angry Inuk (2016), Alethea Arnaqua-Baril (Dir.), nfb, 82 minutes
Angry Inuk, directed by Inuk filmmaker Alethea Arnaqua-Baril gives an Indigenous point-of-view to the anti-sealing ban that was imposed on northern communities in 1983.
In her award-winning documentary, director Arnaquq-Baril joins a new tech-savvy generation of Inuit as they campaign to challenge long-established perceptions of seal hunting. Armed with social media and their own sense of humour and justice, this group is bringing its own voice into the conversation and presenting themselves to the world as a modern people in dire need of a sustainable economy.
McGill's Faculty of Education and The P. Lantz Initiative for Excellence in Education and the Arts present the 2018 season of the Weekly Indigenous Film Series, facilitated by Lori Beavis and supported by McGill's Department of Integrated Studies in Education and the Institute for Human Development and Well-Being (IHDW).