This film was part of the 2017 Camden International Film Festival
The daughter of an Inuit father, filmmaker Jobie Weetaluktuk, and a non-Inuit mother, university professor Carol Rowan, she was a teenager when she assisted her father on Timuti (2012), a film he made in Inukjuak, home of their extended Inuit family. She later studied cinema at NSCAD University in Halifax, and her short film Lucky (2016) was broadcast on APTN in conjunction with a performance by singer Elisapie Isaac. Three Thousand (2017), her first film with the NFB, is a 14-minute documentary in which historic footage of the Inuit, selected from the NFB’s archive, is embedded into original animation.
|Director:||Asinnajaq (Isabella-Rose Weetaluktuk)|
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