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Labo d'animation du Nunavut : La version de l'ours

Labo d'animation du Nunavut : La version de l'ours

| 3 min

Court métrage d'animation du Labo d'animation du Nunavut. Un explorateur colonial suffisant débarque d’un voilier et plante un drapeau dans les glaces de l’Arctique, sous l’œil stupéfait d’un chasseur inuit. L’explorateur plante un second drapeau, puis un troisième et un autre encore, pendant que le chasseur, de toute évidence peu impressionné par la « découverte » de ce territoire, reprend tranquillement ses occupations. Dans cette recréation pleine de charme et d’humour du premier contact entre Inuits et Européens, Jonathan Wright nous raconte l’histoire d’un chasseur rempli de bon sens et de l’explorateur sans ressources auquel il dame le pion.



Ce film fait partie du projet Unikkausivut. Procurez-vous le coffret DVD Unikkausivut : Transmettre nos histoires.


Credits
  • direction
    Jonathan Wright
  • animation
    Jonathan Wright
  • script
    Jonathan Wright
  • music
    Daniel Gies
  • musician
    Daniel Gies
  • sound design
    Daniel Gies
  • sound editing
    Daniel Gies
  • sound mixer
    Serge Boivin
  • online editing
    Denis Pilon
  • digital imaging consultant
    Susan Gourley
  • production coordinator
    Rolande Petit
    Melanie Legault
  • program administrator
    Cyndi Forcand
  • marketing officer
    Julie Armstrong-Boileau
  • technical coordination
    Pitseolak Kilabuk
  • production supervisor
    Scott Collins
  • producer
    Debbie Brisebois
    Derek Mazur
  • delegate producer
    Stephanie Scott
  • executive producer
    Derek Mazur
    Debbie Brisebois

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Education

Ages 6 to 9

Diversity - Diversity in Communities
Geography - The Arctic
History and Citizenship Education - European Expansion (1500s-1700s)
Indigenous Studies - History/Politics

Students should consider the historical significance of early contact. What would they do if someone knocked on their door and announced that they were moving into their house? Why is the European man depicted like a house when he is planting flags? Why does the Inuit man use a bear to scare the European? Who are the students rooting for and why? What are cultural differences and why should we respect them?

Labo d'animation du Nunavut : La version de l'ours
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