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Canada’s Top Ten: Angry Inuk

Wed, Mar 1 / 7 pm
Thu, Mar 2 / 9 pm
Sat, Mar 4 / 9:15 pm
Sun, Mar 5 / 3 pm
Directed by Alethea Arnaquq-Baril
2016, Canada, 82 min
Inuktitut & English with subtitles

A hit at last year’s Gimme Some Truth, director Alethea Arnaquq-Baril examines with heartbreaking effect the impact of seal hunting protests on Inuit communities in Canada and around the world. Part exposé, part personal documentary, and part community portrait (Baril’s family lives on Baffin Island, one of the regions hardest hit in economic terms by various protests and bans), Angry Inuk charts the history of the anti-sealing movement with precision and clarity.

Canada’s Top Ten Film Festival – Now in its 16th year, Canada’s Top Ten Film Festival highlights the best features, shorts, and student shorts from across the country. The breadth of programming selected by  filmmakers, programmers, critics, and industry professionals represents the creative strength of the country’s best cinema.

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Angry Inuk delivers important information about an issue we tend to think we know everything about and delivers a powerful emotional punch. Activist cinema at its best.
- Now Magazine
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