| 4 min

In this evocative short documentary, Inuk singer-songwriter and humanitarian Susan Aglukark weaves together stories of artistry, family, and belonging as she explores the complex cultural shifts of the last 50 years of Inuit life. Turning her lens on the turbulence of colonial transition, director Nyla Innuksuk examines the forces that shaped Aglukark's voice and how that voice is now being translated for a new generation of Inuit artists.

Produced by the National Film Board of Canada in co-operation with the National Arts Centre and the Governor General's Performing Arts Awards Foundation on the occasion of the 2016 Governor General's Performing Arts Awards.

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  • writer
    Nyla Innuksuk
  • director
    Nyla Innuksuk
  • featuring
    Susan Aglukark
    Kathleen Ivaluarjuk Merritt
  • director of photography
    Aaron Munson
  • editing
    Erika MacPherson
  • sound design
    Christine Fellows
  • sound recordist
    Micah Henry
  • re-recording
    Bruce Little
  • producer
    Jon Montes
  • executive producer
    David Christensen