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Hvor: Hans Lynge Sal
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Sapmi/Canadamiut naatsuliaat
Sámi/Canadian Short Film Programme

A&A (apeqqutit & akissutit) / Q&A
Jason Ryle, Artistic Director, imagineNATIVE

Katersuisut Anne-Lajla Utsi & Sunna Nousuniemi (International Sámi Film Institute) kiisalu Jason Ryle (imagineNATIVE)
Nunarsuarmi nunat inoqqaavisa kulturianni nuna qitiulluinnarpoq. Naatsumik filmiliat katersorneqarsimasut uku Canadami Saamillu nunaanni nunat inuiinit filmiliarineqarsimasut, nunat immikkoortuini nunagisat katitigaanerat inuillu aStaqatigiinnerallu misissorpaat: atassuteqaqatigiinneq, anersaakkut, timikkut, imaluunniit timip anersaallu attaveqatigiinnerat. Qanga pisimasut, massakkut pisut siunissarlu nunap ataqatigiissippai, tassaniippullu piginnaanitta kinaassusittalu sorlaqarfiat.

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Curated by Anne-Lajla Utsi & Sunna Nousuniemi (International Sámi Film Institute) and Jason Ryle (imagineNATIVE)
The land remains a central element to Indigenous cultures around the world. This collection of short films made by Indigenous filmmakers from Sápmi and Canada explore the complex layers and aspects of the territories: relational, spiritual, physical, or metaphysical. The land connects the past, present and future and within it lies the roots of our strength and identities.

Grumpe - Ken Are Bongo

Amaroq piniartuuvoq ittannerullunilu ersinartoq tuttoqatigiinnut siooratitsisoq. Tuttoqatigiilli amaqqumit nutaamit siooratinneqalerput.
Filmiliortartoq Norgep avannaani Saamit illoqarfiannit Kautokeinomeersoq. Norland art and film school-imit ilinniagaqarpoq, filmiliornermillu 2006-imili suliaqarsimalluni.

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The wolf has always been a sly and scary hunter who threatened the reindeer herd. But now the reindeer herd is threatened by a new kind of wolf.
Filmmaker from the Sámi town Kautokeino in northern Norway. He has his education from Norland art and film school, and has been working with film since 2006.

The Samé has rights - Elle Márjá Eira, Mai-Lis Eira

Norgep kanngusuutaa pillugu filmit tulleriit pingasut. Elle Márjá Eira eqqumiitsuliortuuvoq, ilitsersuisuuvoq suliarinniittuullunilu Norgemi Kautokeinomeersoq.
Mai-Lis Eira inuusuttuuvoq ilitsersuisoq eqqumiitsuliortorlu Norgemi Kautokeinomeersoq.

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This is a trilogy about Norway’s shame. Elle Márjá Eira is an artist, director and producer from Kautokeino, Norway.
Mai-Lis Eira is a young director and artist from Kautokeino, Norway.

Nuuca (Take) - Michelle Latimer

North Dakotami uuliasiornerup annertusinera inuppassuit tusintilikkaat qulikkaarpassuit nunap immikkoortuanukaanerannik nassataqarpoq, tamannalu ikiaroornartut, pinerluuteqarnerit atortittartullu amerleriarnerannik nassataqarluni. Michelle Latimer Vicelandip nangeqattaartuliaani RISE-imi pingaarnertut oqaluttualiortuullunilu suliarinnittuuvoq, ilitsersuisuulluni kiisalu oqaluttualiortuulluni, 2017 Sundance Festival-imi takuteqqaarneqartoq. Torontomi aallaaveqarluni filmiliortartuuvoq, pingaarnertut oqaluttualiortartuullunilu suliarinnittartuuvoq, isiginnaartitsisartuulluni isummaminik siaruarterisartuulluni, filmiliaalu nunani tamalaani filmfestivaleqartitsisarnerni takutinneqartarlutik.

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The oil boom in North Dakota has brought tens of thousands of new people to the region and with that has come an influx of drugs, crime and sex trafficking. Michelle Latimer is the showrunner, director and writer of the Viceland breakout series RISE, which premiered at 2017 Sundance Festival. A Toronto based filmmaker, showrunner/producer, actor and activist, her films have screened at film festivals internationally.

Lelum´ (Home) - Asia Yungman

Lelum’ (Hul’qumi’num-it ‘angerlarsimaffik’ pillugu oqaasiat) nunap inoqqaavisa inuusuttaasa isaannit nunap pissaaneranik pinnissusaanillu ilisarititsineruvoq. British Columbiap nunataanik silaannarmit assilisat torrallataasut angerlarsimaffitta illersorlugulu ataqqinissaanik kingornussisussatut pisussaaffeqarnermik oqariartuuteqarnermik ilaneqarpoq. Asia Youngman nunap inoqqaavatut filmiliortartutut saqqummeriartortuuvoq Vancouverimeersoq. Videoliornermik videonillu aaqqissuinernik imminut ilinniartilluni Asia Vancouverimi filmiliornermik ilinniarnermi nalaani cinematografimik videonilu takusassanik pilersitsinernik (visual effect) soqutiginnillualersimavoq. “Lelum” siullermeerluni naatsumik filmiliaraa.

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Lelum’ (the Hul’qumi’num word for ‘home’) portrays the strength and beauty of the land from the perspectives of Indigenous youth. Stunning aerial shots of British Columbia landscapes are
complemented with messages that speak to our inherent responsibility to protect and show respect for our home. Asia Youngman is an emerging Indigenous filmmaker from Vancouver. a self-taught videographer and video editor Asia developed a passion for both cinematography and visual effects while at the Vancouver film school. “Lelum” is her first short film.

Onyota’a:ka khale Tsi’tkalù:to (Oneida and Toronto) - Judith Kanatahwi Schuyler

Imminut takulluni suliaq manna skærmi avittarlugu inuiaqatigiit Onyota’a:ka Torontomi Oneida Nation Settlement-imilu inooriaasiannik misissuivoq.
Judith Kanatahawi Schuyler filmiliortartuuvoq eqqumiitsulianillu aqutsisuulluni. Naatsumik filmiliaa “Love Kills” 2019-mi imagineNATIVE-eqarnermi takuteqqaarneqarpoq. Schuyler misileraalluni naatsumik filmiliassaq alla “There IS Light” piareersaleruttorpaa.

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This self-reflective work utilizes the use of a split screen to examine ways of life for the people of Onyota’a:ka both in the city of Toronto and on the Oneida Nation Settlement
Judith Kanatahawi Schuyler is a filmmaker and arts administrator. Her first short film “Love Kills” premiered at imagineNATIVE in 2019. Schuyler is currently in pre-production for another experimental short film “There IS Light”