I Can Make Art ... Like Andrew Qappik

This short documentary is a portrait of Andrew Qappik, a world-renowned Inuit printmaker from Pangnirtung, Nunavut. Originally inspired by images in the comic books he read as a child, Andrew now finds his subjects in the stories, traditions and day-to-day events of his world.

In I Can Make Art Like Andrew Qappik, he captivates his student audience by creating a soapstone relief print before their very eyes. Then it's the kids' turn. They explore Andrew's symbolic imagery - and their own - as they each create a self-portrait relief point.

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Film Credits

writer
Jane Churchill
director
Jane Churchill
producer
Tamara Lynch
director of photography
Michael Wees
sound recordist
Nick Huard
editor
Joey Calugay
series researcher
Jane Churchill
series art consultant
Nancy Retallack-Lambert
art consultant
Christine Lalonde
music composer
Eric Lemoyne
sound editor
Tony Reed
foley artist
Karla Baumgardner
re-recording
Shelley Craig
animation
BenoƮt Chagnon

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