Martha of the North

Martha of the North


                                    Martha of the North
| 1 h 23 min

In the mid-1950s, lured by false promises of a better life, Inuit families were displaced by the Canadian government and left to their own devices in the Far North. In this icy desert realm, Martha Flaherty and her family lived through one of Canadian history’s most sombre and little-known episodes.

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Credits
  • writer
    Marquise Lepage
    Martha Flaherty
  • director of photography
    René Sioui Labelle
  • sound recordist
    Poasie Joamie
    Chantal Rhéaume
  • image editor
    Dominique Champagne
    Nancy Gendron
  • participant
    Martha Flaherty
    Rynee Flaherty
    Mary Flaherty
    Peter Flaherty
    Larry Audlaluk
    John Amagoalik
    Dora Padluk
    Minnie Killiktee
    Myna Kiguktak
    Camille Lachance
    Pauline Akeeagok
    Rose Christensen
    Emily Kakkee
    Ashley Kalluk
    Rita Killiktee
    Samantha Killiktee
    Annie Mary
    Laurrie Noah
    Lydia Noah
    Jennifer Qaapik
  • researcher
    Marquise Lepage
    Évangéline De Pas
    Martha Flaherty
    Julia Bennett
  • archives research
    Évangéline De Pas
  • original music
    Elisapie Isaac
  • sound engineer
    Claude Beaugrand
  • foley artist
    Lise Wedlock
  • mixer
    Luc Boudrias
    Hans Laitres
  • producer
    Marcel Simard
  • associate producer
    Johanne Bergeron
    Yves Bisaillon
  • executive producer
    Monique Simard
  • director
    Marquise Lepage

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