Photo: Mosha Folger
Credit: Courtesy Qaggiavuut!


film, literary arts, new media, performance

Artistic Community:

Ottawa, ON



Mosha Folger grew up in the community of Apex just outside of Iqaluit, NU and now calls Ottawa, ON, his home. Folger is a writer, director, producer, animator and editor of film and documentaries. He is also a spoken word poet, rapper and hip-hop artist. He has garnered attention for his intimate, personal work, which often incorporates poetry, music and biographical details. He has performed spoken word at many festivals across Canada and the United States, and his films have been screened internationally.View Long Biography and Citations


View All Publications and Details
Title Year Author
Documentary about homelessness in Iqaluit to screen at national symposium October 24, 2018 Michele LeTourneau
Spotlight: Circumpolar Indigenous Film at imagineNATIVE 2018 September 19, 2018 IAQ
Outside the Frame: The Making of Qamutiik: From the North to Ottawa’s Southway Inn May 15, 2018 John C. Walsh


View All Exhibitions and Details
Name Year Gallery
Winda Film Festival November 24, 2018
imagineNATIVE October 20, 2018 TIFF Bell Lightbox
National Symposium on Rural and Remote Homelessness 2018


View All Performances and Details
Title Year Role
Alianait Aboriginal Day Concert June 20, 2013 Performer
An Evening of Inuit Literature and Performance at U of A March 7, 2013 Performer
Unveiling, Official portrait of Her Excellency Michaëlle Jean September 28, 2012 Performer


View Discography and Details
Title Year Role
Strunk and White 2015 Artist
String Games 2011 Co-Artist (M.O.) with Geothermal MC
Eskimocentricity 2009 Artist (M.O.)


View Filmography and Details
Title Release Date Role
Iglu: Angirraq 2018 Director
They Called Her Sam 2016 Director, Editor, Producer
The Big Lemming 2014 Writer, Director, Animator, Producer, Editor