Family Day: Film Screening and Inuit Throat Singing
Join us for an afternoon of Inuit throat singing with Tarniriik, and a screening of the film Tia and Piujuq.
1:00 PM — Tarniriik performs in the Water Court Foyer
1:15 PM — Film Screening in the Auditorium (English subtitles)
2:45 PM — Tarniriik performs in the Water Court Foyer
3:00 PM — Film Screening in the Auditorium (French subtitles)
Tarniriik consists of youth performers Samantha and Cailyn who will share their throat singing skills.
Tia and Piujuq — Duration: 1 h 20 min. Filmed on location in Montreal and Igloolik, Tia and Piujuq is a children’s movie directed by Lucy Tulugarjuk, produced by Sivumu Northern Productions and Arnait Video Productions. In the film, Tia, a 10 year-old Syrian refugee living in Montreal, finds a magic portal and travels to the Arctic. There, she befriends an Inuk girl with whom she immerses herself into a world of Inuit myth and magic. Tia and Piujuq is screened as part of Àbadakone | Continuous Fire | Feu continuel.