My Village in Nunavik

My Village in Nunavik

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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 Indigenous filmmakers, which allowed him to produce this film.

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  • 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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