People of the Ice

People of the Ice

This feature documentary explores the threats of global warming to the Arctic environment that has nurtured the Inuit for 4,000 years. The Inuit have lived in harmony on this frozen landscape for generations. Today, global warming threatens their habitat. As the ice disappears, so does the Inuit culture it is intimately connected to. Ever-changing temperatures have even made predicting the Arctic climate difficult. Will this extraordinarily resilient people be able to adjust to such dramatic change?

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  • direction
    Carlos Ferrand
  • script
    Carlos Ferrand
    Jean Lemire
  • director of photography
    Carlos Ferrand
  • camera
    Carlos Ferrand
    Dominic Dorval
  • sound
    Hubert Macé de Gastines
    Juan Gutiérrez
    Marie-Claude Gagné
    Serge Boivin
  • picture editing
    Dominique Sicotte
  • original music
    Ganesh Anandan
  • participant
    Meeka Mike
    Joshua Kango
    Jamese Mike
    Sheila Watt-Cloutier
    Namomai Ashoona
    Qovianatoliaq Tapaungai
  • narration
    David Suzuki
  • voice
    Tyrone Benskin
    Walter Massey
    Hubert Fielden
    Philip Pretten
    A.J. Henderson
    Howard Ryshpan
  • sound editing
    Marie-Claude Gagné
    Anton Fischlin
  • ethnogeography
    Norman Hallendy
  • voice recording
    Clovis Gouaillier
  • director-coordinator
    Jean Lemire
  • script consultant
    Jacques Payette
  • research
    Pascale Bilodeau
    Virginie Millière
    Catherine Giroul
    Sara Marino
  • technical director
    Bruno Abate
  • executive producer
    Sally Bochner
  • sound editing
  • producer
    Jean Lemire
    Éric Michel
    Colette Loumède
    Stéphane Millière

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  • merlinsdreams

    A wonderful film. There is so much we can learn from these people; this documentary is an educational gem! It would be tragic for all us us if climate change resulted in the loss of such cultures as well as a pristine environment. I live in Manchester, England and the landscape depicted in this film is just breath taking! I have never seen a night sky as beautiful as those shown in this film - it makes me realise that here lies the problem - we are just so disconnected from something greater than ourselves; that we are a part of something majestic as the cosmos and not the be all and end all of life on Earth. I just wish that I could ask the populations of all the cities to watch this film - and learn from these people!

    merlinsdreams, 28 Aug 2014