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Preparing Inuit high school students for their future in a changing, wider world Going Places identifies promising practices taking place in schools led by Inuit principals, Lena Metuq Attagoyuk Ilisavik, Pangnirtung and Jukeepa Hainnu Quluaq School, Clyde River , who incorporate Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit into learning in their schools. Documentary production has been integrated into the research process at every phase. This series is a multi-year collaboration between Beachwalker Films and researchers in the Faculty of Education of the University of Prince Edward island. It first aired on Discovery Canada in September, First Scientists is a fast-paced introduction to the breadth and depth of Native Canadian science and technology.

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He created Aqsarniit, a ground-breaking weekly documentary program in Inuktitut. Documentary production has been integrated into the research process at every phase. Revitalizing Inuinnaqtun Millie’s Dream shares the vision and passion of Millie Qitupana Kuliktana, an educator and language advocate who has worked tirelessly for many years to maintain the Inuinnaqtun language. Beachwalker is dedicated to a deeply collaborative process that includes all partners in the production: This documentary looks at the journey taken by a remarkable group of Inuit women who overcame huge obstacles to take their place as leaders in education in Nunavut.

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The documentary had its world premiere at the Canadian Museum of Civilization.

The purpose of the project is to make the research available to people involved in every level of leadership in the education system: A new generation of Inuit is ready to take on the Qallunaat at their own game.

Nunavut youth between the ages of from Kugluktuk, Rankin Inlet, and Pangnirtung, as well as students living in Ottawa, speak openly and honestly about their experiences in high school. Later at CBC Northbeat he led the production of documentaries in English and five aboriginal languages.

Mark Sandiford

Stepping Forward Nunavut youth between the ages of from Kugluktuk, Rankin Inlet, and Pangnirtung, as well as students living in Ottawa, speak openly and honestly about their experiences in high school.

Education in Nunavut Series This series is a multi-year collaboration between Beachwalker Films and researchers in the Faculty of Education of the University of Prince Edward island.

Millie’s Dream shares the sanriford and passion of Millie Qitupana Kuliktana, an educator and language advocate who has worked tirelessly for many years to maintain the Inuinnaqtun language. First Scientists is a fast-paced introduction to the breadth and depth of Native Canadian science and technology. This series is a multi-year collaboration between Beachwalker Films and researchers in the Faculty ssndiford Education of the University of Prince Edward island.

Mark started his first production company in and incorporated Beachwalker Films in The First Master of Education Program in Nunavut This documentary looks at the journey taken by a remarkable group of Inuit women who overcame huge obstacles to take their place as leaders in education in Nunavut. Now, revealed for the first time, the results of their research into one of the most perplexing societies on earth. He produced and directed instructional television programs for McGill during the late seventies.

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Preparing Inuit high school students for their future in a changing, wider world Going Places identifies promising practices taking place in schools led sadiford Inuit principals, Lena Metuq Attagoyuk Ilisavik, Pangnirtung and Jukeepa Hainnu Quluaq School, Clyde Riverwho incorporate Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit into learning in their schools.

Watch now for free or buy the DVD. Based in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada, Beachwalker produces documentaries for broadcast and educational audiences. Grounded in their own traditions but educated in the South, they have a unique perspective on the culture that has come to dominate the planet.

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And they are not afraid to speak sanriford minds. For centuries Inuit have been studying white people. It first aired on Discovery Canada in September, Inspired by the satirical essays of Zebedee Nungak, the film turns the tables on generations of anthropologists, teachers, adventurers and administrators who went North to pursue their Arctic Dreams. Why White People are Funny is an uproarious trip through the cultural looking glass.