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Montreal, QC

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Inukjuak, Nunavik, QC


Jobie Weetaluktuk is a filmmaker, writer and editor based in Montreal, QC. He works primarily in documentary film but has also produced short experimental works. His first documentary film, "Qallunajatut: Urban Inuk" (2005) screened at over twenty venues internationally and was awarded the Rigoberta Menchu Grand Prize at Montreal’s First Peoples Festival. Weetaluktuk’s films navigate how Inuit cultural heritage contrasts and informs contemporary Inuit communities while continuing to address the ongoing effects of colonialism.View Long Biography and Citations


View All Publications and Details
Title Year Author
On April 19, National Canadian Film Day 150 brings films to Nunavut capital April 19, 2017 Nunatsiaq News
Montreal's Tillutarniit Fesitval pulsates with Inuit energy August 5, 2016 David Murphy
Nunavik the colony January 06, 2016 Jobie Weetaluktuk


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Name Year Gallery
InukShop 2017 Aabiziingwashi (Wide Awake): NFB Indigenous Cinema on Tour
InukShop 2017 Cinefranco Canadian Cinema Day 150
Timuti 2017 Government of Nunavut, National Canadian Film Day: Program Quebec Cinema


View All Achievements and Details
Achievement Year Organization
Aboriginal Award 2014 Yorkton Film Festival
Honourable Mention for Best Experimental Film 2009 imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival
Rigoberta Menchu Grand Prize 2006 Montreal First Peoples Festival


View All Performances and Details
Title Year Role
Tusarnituuq! Nagano in the Land of the Inuit September 12-14, 2008 Narrator


View Filmography and Details
Title Release Date Role
Timuti 2012 Director
InukShop 2009 Director
Kakkalaakkuvik: Where the Children Dwell 2009 Director

Public Collections

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Collection Location
Cinémathèque Québécoise Montreal, QC, Canada
Documentary Educational Resources Watertown, MA, United States
National Gallery of Canada Ottawa, ON, Canada

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February 6, 2018 Created By: IAF Researcher Updated By: Rebecca Gray