Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival 2013

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Atanarjuat, The Fast Runner and Before Tomorrow
Atanarjuat, The Fast Runner (Country: Canada; Year: 2000; Director: Zacharias Kunuk; Writer: Paul Apak Angilirq; Stars: Natar Ungalaaq, Sylvia Ivalu, Peter Henry Arnatsiaq, Lucy Tulugarjuk, Madeline Ivalu, Pakkak Innuksuk)
First movie ever made in Inuit, it tells a tale of love, tradition and revenge.
Before Tomorrow (Le Jour avant le lendemain) (Country: Canada; Year: 2008; Director: Marie-Hélène Cousineau, Madeline Ivalu; Writer: Susan Avingaq, Marie-Hélène Cousineau, Madeline Ivalu, Jørn Riel; Stars: Peter-Henry Arnatsiaq, Madeline Ivalu, Paul-Dylan Ivalu, Mary Qulitalik, Tumasie Sivuarapik), Official Site
A wise old woman fights to survive impossible circumstances with her young grandson in the Canadian arctic.
The Journals Of Knud Rasmussen (Country: Canada, Denmark, Greenland; Year: 2006; Director: Norman Cohn, Zacharias Kunuk; Writer: Eugene Ipkarnak, Madeline Ivalu, Herve Paniaq, Pauloosie Qulitalik, Lucy Tulugarjuk, Abraham Ulayuruluk, Louis Uttak; Stars: Pakak Innuksuk, Leah Angutimarik, Neeve Irngaut, Natar Ungalaaq, Samueli Ammaq, Peter-Henry Arnatsiaq, Catherine Alaralak, Abraham Ulayuruluk, Jens Jørn Spottag, Kim Bodnia, Jakob Cedergren, Tommy Uttak, Apayata Kotierk, Cora Akkitirq, Racheal Uyarasuk)
Drama focusing on a pivotal moment in Inuit history when the people first encountered European explorers and Christianity.
Maïna (Country: Canada; Year: 2013; Director: Michel Poulette; Writer: Pierre Billon; Stars: Reneltta Arluk, Tantoo Cardinal, Graham Greene, Pakak Innuksuk, Ipellie Ootoova, Eric Schweig, Roseanne Supernault, Uapshkuss Thernish, Lucy Tulugarjuk, Nuvvija Tulugarjuk, Natar Ungalaaq)
Maïna is the daughter of the Innu leader Mishtenapuu, who attends a bloody confrontation between his clan and the clan of “Men of the Land of Ice”. Following this confrontation, Maïna chooses a mission that will change her life.
The Necessitites Of Life (Ce qu'il faut pour vivre) (Country: Canada; Year: 2008; Director: Benoît Pilon; Writer: Bernard Émond; Stars: Denis Bernard, Antoine Bertrand, Paul-André Brasseur, Éveline Gélinas, Elisapie Isaac, Louise Marleau, Vincent-Guillaume Otis, Luc Proulx, Guy Thauvette, Natar Ungalaaq), Official Site
An Inuit hunter is befriended by an orphan at a sanitorium.
Silent Messengers (Country: Canada; Year: 2005; Director: William D MacGillivray; Stars: Norman Hallendy, Natar Ungalaaq)
Documentary about iconic stone figures, the Inuksuit, which goes in search of these enigmatic objects and their meanings.

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