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An intimate portrait about one of the last nomadic hunting people in Northern Canada. A riveting and emotional film about tradition and the future.

SCREENING IN ATTENDANCE OF: Dr. Colin Samson, Author and Professor of Sociology at the University of Essex, long-time Activist for Innu rights and Delegate to the United Nations Working Group on Indigenous Populations (2004)

NUTSHIMIT – on the land tells the present-day story of one of the last semi-nomadic hunting people of Canada, the Mushuau Innu of Labrador. The Mushuau Innu
themselves commissioned the film for their children and coming generations of Innu to create a visual legacy of their continuing life on the land, which they call
Nutshimit.

The Innu teenagers Becca, Sage, Todd and Pinip are staying at different hunting camps with their families. Their adventures and conversations with their grandparents
weave an intimate and profound portrait of a people whose survival, history and worldview is intertwined with the land, the animals, the plants and the spirit world.
Only between the lines, the presence of another, a threatening society becomes tangible.

Nutshimit – on the land is part of a greater documentary collaboration and filmmaker exchange with the community of Natuashish, which also created a film training initiative for young Innu.
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Film Credits

Directors: Sarah Sandring

Producers: Sarah Sandring

Photography: Rohan Chitrakar

Editing: Hanka Knipper, bfs

Sound: Bart Simpson

Music: Sebastian Oswald

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UK Classification: None

Subtitles: Yes

Voiceover: No

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Length: 51 min

Colour: Yes

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Nutshimit – on the land Screening:

  • Mon23May

    at The Horse Hospital

    23 May 2011 8:30 pm

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