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A Time to Swim receives two more awards

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World Premiere of Grand Cru at Devour Food Film Fest!

The World Premiere of David Eng's feature documentary Grand > more

A Time to Swim gets Special Jury Mention at the Montreal First People’s Festival

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A Time to Swim receives Special Jury Prize at LAAPFF

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World Premiere of A Time to Swim in Los Angeles

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Forever Dad screening at the Su-Père Conference

Organized by the Regroupement pour la Valorisation de la Paternité (RVP), the annual Su-Père > more

Two nominations for Okpik’s Dream!

Okpik’s Dream has received two nominations! The film is up for > more

Okpik’s Dream wins the Grand Prix Rigoberta Menchu Award

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Okpik’s Dream to screen at Montreal First People’s Festival

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Umiaq Skin Boat screens at two festivals in November!

Umiaq Skin Boat, a documentary by award-winning filmmaker Jobie Weetaluktuk, will be screened at two film festivals next month.

The 28th Annual Global Visions Film Festival in Edmonton runs from November 5-8, 2009  and celebrates Canadian and international documentaries as catalysts for reflection, discussion, and responsible action towards the social, cultural, economic and ecological well-being of our world. Screening date: Sunday, November 8th at 2pm, Stanley A. Milner Library Theatre (7 Winston Churchill Sq).

Umiaq will also play at the Winnipeg Aboriginal Film Festival November 18-22, 2009. WAFF showcases the best in indigenous film and video from across Canada, the U.S. and the world. Screening date: Sunday, November 22nd at 3pm, Garrick Theatre 4 (330 Garry St).

Umiaq Skin Boat recounts the story of a group of Inuit elders in Inukjuak, Québec who decide one summer to build the first traditional seal skin boat their community has seen in 50 years. It had its World Premiere at Hot Docs International Film Festival in 2008 and has been screened at numerous festivals, including in the UK, Italy, India, and the USA.