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Kakalakkuvik (Where the Children Dwell)

A deeply personal film from award-winning filmmaker Jobie Weetaluktuk about the Inuit experience of residential school. The purpose of the early educational system in the Arctic, as with other aboriginal populations, was assimilation – “to take the Eskimo out of the child”. In 2008, Prime Minister Stephen Harper made an official apology in the House of Commons to former students of aboriginal residential schools –  but can the pain ever be erased? Drawing upon archival footage, old photographs, and songs, Kakalakkuvik recounts the vivid memories of students from Port Harrison (now Inukjuak, Québec), the first group of Inuit to sue the federal government for compensation.

Director | Jobie Weetaluktuk
Producer | Katarina Soukup
Writer | Jobie Weetaluktuk
Camera | Jobie Weetaluktuk
Editor | Marie-Christine Sarda
Sound | Philippe Scultéty, François Lacasse, Jean-François Roy, Michel Marier
With | Pauloosie Kasudluak, Johnny Naktialuk, Alli Nalukturuk, Simeonie Nalaturuk, Louisa Aqriaruk Ningeok, Mary Putugi Ningeok, Daniel Nulukie, Anna Kasudluak Ohaituk

Canada Council for the Arts

Catbird Productions

World Premiere - 2009 Rencontres internationales du documentaire (Montreal) Rendez-vous du cinéma Québecois 2010 (Montreal)