People of the Ice

  • Carlos Ferrand & Jean Lemire,
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  • 52 min 3 s

This feature documentary explores the threats of global warming to the Arctic environment that has nurtured the Inuit for 4,000 years. The Inuit have lived in harmony on this frozen landscape for generations. Today, global warming threatens their habitat. As the ice disappears, so does the Inuit culture it is intimately connected to. Ever-changing temperatures have even made predicting the Arctic climate difficult. Will this extraordinarily resilient people be able to adjust to such dramatic change?

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Film Credits

direction
Carlos Ferrand
script
Carlos Ferrand
Jean Lemire
director of photography
Carlos Ferrand
camera
Carlos Ferrand
Dominic Dorval
sound
Hubert Macé de Gastines
Juan Gutierrez
Marie-Claude Gagné
Serge Boivin
picture editing
Dominique Sicotte
original music
Ganesh Anandan
participant
Meeka Mike
Joshua Kango
Jamese Mike
Sheila Watt-Cloutier
Namomai Ashoona
Qovianatoliaq Tapaungai
narration
David Suzuki
voice
Tyrone Benskin
Walter Massey
Hubert Fielden
Philip Pretten
A.J. Henderson
Howard Ryshpan
sound editing
Marie-Claude Gagné
Anton Fischlin
ethnogeography
Norman Hallendy
voice recording
Clovis Gouaillier
director-coordinator
Jean Lemire
research
Pascale Bilodeau
Virginie Millière
Catherine Giroul
Sara Marino
sound editing
Sonomar
producer
Jean Lemire
Éric Michel
Colette Loumède
Stéphane Millière

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