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This film joins a hunting-party of inhabitants of the Frobisher Bay Correctional Centre. The stalking, killing and skinning of seal and caribou are featured prominently, with explanations as to the importance of these animals to the Inuit way of life.

Director: Mosha Michael
Photography: Mosha Michael
Editing: Mosha Michael
Voice and Narration: Mosha Michael
Producer: Peter Raymont
Sound: John Knight
Sound: Frank Griffiths
Music: Kowmageak Arngnakolak
Music: Mosha Michael

The Hunters (Asivaqtiin)

1977, Michael, Mosha

21 min 57 s

 

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