September 27, 2016. The NFB document Angry Inuk will screen Wednesday at the Dreamspeakers International Indigenous Film Festival in Edmonton. The 85-minute production, about Inuit pro-seal-hunting protesters, is directed by Alethea Arnaquq-Baril. Angry Inuk is the final film to be shown in the six-day Dreamspeakers festival. The festival will close out with a panel discussion on reconciliation and the lighting-up of the High Level Bridge. Angry Inuk will make a return screening to Edmonton in late October.
Angry Inuk interweaves the reality of Inuit life with the story of their challenge to both the anti-sealing industry and those nations that mine resources on Inuit lands while simultaneously destroying the main sustainable economy available to the people who live there. (Photo: NFB)