Program 10 – Aurora Borealis

This program centres on visualizing Arctic land and life, featuring films from the circumpolar region. From Inuit creation stories and the awe-inspiring auroras to freshwater protection and snowmobile racing, and from land-based teachings to cultural reclamation, we learn that the land of snow and ice heals Arctic peoples.
Availability:
Arctic Song – Canada Only
Boso mu ruovttoluotta (Breath me back to life) – Worldwide
Imalirijit – Worldwide
Kimmirut Race – In Person Only


Online Pass

Showtimes

In-Person


3:00 PM - TBLB 3

Virtual


10:00 AM - Virtual

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Playing as a part of this Program

Arctic Song

In this six-minute short, Inuit artist, storyteller and co-director Germaine Arnattaujuq (Arnaktauyok) depicts...
6 min | Germaine Arnattaujuq (Arnaktauyok), Neil Christopher and Louise Flaherty | Inuktitut | English Subtitles
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Kimmirut Race

This short documentary follows Davidee Qaumariaq, a snowmobile racing enthusiast, who is taking part in the an...
6 min | Nadia Mike | Open Captions
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Imalirijit

Tim is a young father living in Pond Inlet, Nunavut. As his grandfather did before, he wants to start his own ...
27 min | Vincent L’Hérault, Tim Anaviapik Soucie | English Subtitles
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Boso mu ruovttoluotta (Breath me back to life)

Boso mu ruovttoluotta is the film director Sunna Nousuniemi’s personal story about the aftermath after havin...
24 min | Sunna Nousuniemi | English Subtitles
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