Film screening: Angry Inuk

National Canadian Film Day

Wednesday, April 17, 2019

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A seated audience viewing three large screens in a dimly lit room. Partially obscured.

Photo: CMHR, Doug Little

Event details

For thousands of years, Inuit in Canada’s Arctic region have depended on seal hunting for survival. Today, seal hunting, although controversial, is still very important to Inuit communities. Closely tied to traditional knowledge about ways of life on the land, the economy and food security, the practice of seal hunting is crucial for sustainable communities in the North.

Free ticket required
CMHR, Manitoba Teachers Society Classrooms on Level 1

In her 2016 award winning documentary, Inuk filmmaker Alethea Arnaquq‐Baril presents the many sides of the story, and follows a new tech‐savvy generation of Inuit bringing their voices into the conversation with humour and social media.

Language: English, Inuktitut with English subtitles

The Museum is proudly partnered with REEL CANADA for this program.

Free event; free ticket required. Get your ticket online, by phone at 204–289‑2000, or by visiting the main ticketing desk.