Between Two Worlds

Between Two Worlds

| 57 min

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This feature film is a documentary portrait of Joseph Idlout, a man who was once the world's most famous Inuit. Unknown to most Canadians today, Idlout was the subject of many films and books, and one the Inuit hunters pictured for many years on the back of Canada's $2 bill. In this film Idlout's son, Peter Paniloo, takes us on a journey through his father's life - that of a man caught "between two worlds."

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Between Two Worlds, Barry Greenwald, provided by the National Film Board of Canada

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  • director
    Barry Greenwald
  • producer
    Peter Raymont
    Barbara Sears
  • script
    Barbara Sears
  • cinematography
    Douglas Kiefer
    Martin Duckworth
  • animation camera
    Andrew Ruhl
  • sound
    Ian Hendry
    John Martin
  • editing
    John Kramer
  • sound editing
    Alison Clark
  • re-recording
    David Appleby
  • narrator
    William Whitehead
  • music
    Mark Korven