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Inuk (film)

Inuk (previously titled Le Voyage d'Inuk) is a Greenlandic language film directed by Mike Magidson and co-written by Magidson, Ole Jørgen Hammeken and anthropologist Jean-Michel Huctin. It is Magidson's first feature film. The film was selected as the Greenlandic entry for the Best Foreign Language Oscar at the 85th Academy Awards, but it did not make the final shortlist. The film won the Award Best Film at the 2012 Byron Bay International Film Festival.

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"Inuk": A Road Movie with Sled Dogs

"Is dog-sledding and seal-hunting the solution to today's troubled youth? It may well be for title character of Mike Magidson's Inuk, an Inuit teenager haunted by the early memory of his bear-hunting father's death." Via SF Weekly: www.sfweekly.com

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