At the Autumn River Camp: Part 1

In this short documentary on the Netsilik Inuit, it is late autumn. The Inuit move to the river valley where they build karmaks--shelters with snow walls and roofs of skins. The men fish with spears and their catch is cooked over an exterior fire. The family then eats inside the karmaks.

Film Credits

director
Quentin Brown
producer
Quentin Brown
executive producer
Kevin Smith
*
Asen Balikci
Guy Mary-Rousselière
camera
Richard Bergman
Ken Campbell
Ken Post
Douglas Wilkinson
Robert Young
sound
Jacques Drouin
editing
Elvin Carini
Michel Chalifour
William Gaddis
Jack Hirschfield
Bill Tannebring
sound editing
Malca Gillson
Ken Page
Don Wellington

Find Similar Films

Comments

  • cgptsnaz

    “So I guess these people have moved into the modern world for the most part? Thier way of life though harsh looks much better than having to work to make money to buy the things we in the rest of the world deem needed. My Grandmother was Mohawk and I have always had a affection for the early Indian ways of life.” — cgptsnaz, 26 Jan 2015

Discuss this film Please sign in to add your comment
Not a member ? Click here