Owl and the Raven: An Eskimo Legend

Owl and the Raven: An Eskimo Legend

                                Owl and the Raven: An Eskimo Legend
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Using life-like seal fur puppets, this animated short by Co Hoedeman tells the traditional Inuit tale of the owl and the raven. Why did the raven’s feathers turn jet-black? And what did the owl have to do with it?

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Owl and the Raven: An Eskimo Legend, Co Hoedeman, provided by the National Film Board of Canada

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  • direction
    Co Hoedeman
  • puppet design
    Germaine Arnaktauyok
  • set design
    Alootook Ipellie
  • song
    Jeela Alilkatuktuk
  • dialogue
    Jeela Alilkatuktuk
  • voice
    Toojatogak Itoacheak
    Elatak Nakashook
    Alootook Ipellie
  • editing
    Pierre Bernier
  • music consultant
    Maurice Blackburn
  • text
    Alootook Ipellie
  • re-recording
    Michel Descombes
  • producer
    Pierre Moretti

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