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Tusarnituuq! Nagano in the Land of the Inuit

In September 2008 the acclaimed Orchestre symphonique de Montreal (OSM), embarked on its first ever tour of the Canadian Arctic. Led by internationally celebrated maestro Kent Nagano, the OSM invited three Inuit performers to collaborate with them. No surprise, then, that the program featured a concert of music from the classical repertoire with a distinctly Inuit twist: Stravinsky’s Histoire du soldat narrated in Inuktitut, the language of the Inuit people, and a new work inspired by Inuit throatsinging from Canadian composer Alexina Louie. Offering viewers intimate access to Maestro Nagano, the artists, and the remote Inuit communities they visit, this documentary captures an extraordinary meeting of two worlds through music.

Director | Félix Lajeunesse 
Producer | Katarina Soukup 
Writer/Narrator | Jobie Weetaluktuk 
Director of Photography | Alexandre Domingue 
Editor | Marie-Christine Sarda 
Sound | Philippe Scultéty, Éric Lemoyne, Roger Guérin (MPSE) 
Music | Alexina Louie, Igor Stravinsky, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 
Music Mix Consultants | Carl Talbot, Jean-François Rivest 
With | Kent Nagano, Charlie Arngak, Evie Mark, Alexina Louie, Jobie Weetaluktuk, Alexis Martin
Also With | James Box, Alain Désgagné, Marianne Dugal, Mathieu Harel, Jacques Lavallée, Paul Merkelo, Taqralik Partridge, Brian Robinson

SODEC (Société de développement des entreprises culturelles – Québec), Rogers Documentary Fund, Québec Film and Television Tax Credit, Canadian Film or Video Production Tax Credit, Indian and Northern Affairs, Kativik Regional Government, Canadian Television Fund, Filmoption International

Société Radio-Canada, ARTV, APTN SVT-Sweden (acquisition)

Filmoption International. Buy the DVD here!

World Premiere - 2009 World Film Festival (Montreal)