My Village in Nunavik

Shot during 3 seasons, this documentary tenderly portrays village life in Puvirnituq on the shores of Hudson Bay in northern Quebec, as well as the elements that forge the character of its people: their history, the great open spaces and their unflagging humour.

This film was directed by Bobby Kenuajuak, who was born in Puvirnituq in 1976. At age 23, he won a NFB contest for Aboriginal filmmakers, which allowed him to produce this film.

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Film Credits

director
Bobby Kenuajuak
producer
Nicole Lamothe
script
Karina Goma
photography
Stéphane Thibault
Martin F. Leblanc
Bobby Kenuajuak
sound
Raymond Sabbah
editing
France Dubé
sound editing
Leopoldo Gutierrez
mixing
Serge Boivin
Jean Paul Vialard
narration
Robert Watt
Bobby Kenuajuak
music
Simon Carpentier

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