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The Fast Runner Filming the Legend of Atanarjuat. Michael Robert Evans

The Fast Runner  Filming the Legend of Atanarjuat

Author: Michael Robert Evans
Published Date: 01 May 2010
Publisher: University of Nebraska Press
Language: English
Format: Paperback| 176 pages
ISBN10: 0803222084
Publication City/Country: Nebraska, United States
File size: 39 Mb
Dimension: 140x 216x 10.16mm| 204.12g
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Directed by Zacharias Kunuk. With Natar Ungalaaq, Sylvia Ivalu, Peter-Henry Arnatsiaq, Lucy Tulugarjuk. The telling of an Inuit legend of an evil spirit causing Synopsis. Based on a local legend and set in an unknown era, it deals with universal themes of love, possessiveness, family, jealousy and power. Beautifully shot, and acted by Inuit people, it portrays a time when people fought duels by taking turns to punch each other until one was unconscious, made love on the way to the caribou The Fast Runner:Filming the Legend of Atanarjuat takes readers behind the cameras, introducing them to the culture, history, traditions, and people that made this movie extraordinary. Michael Robert Evans explores how the epic film, perhaps the most significant text ever produced by indigenous filmmakers, artfully married the An Inuit masterpiece that will give you goosebumps as its uncanny tale of love, At the core of The Fast Runner (Atanarjuat) is a recognition of the important role Atanarjuat, The Fast Runner: Paul Apak Angilirq: 9781552451137: Books Zacharias Kunuk grew up hearing the incredible legend of Atanarjuat, The Fast Runner. Both sets of text are accompanied by stills from the movie and from Isuma Atanarjuat: The Fast Runner. Zacharias Montreal, PQ: National Film Board of Canada, 2000. 161 min., VHS Legends - Nunavut. Grades 11 Isuma's premier movie, Atanarjuat (The Fast Runner) - the first-ever the filmmakers, detailed explorations of the legend of Atanarjuat and of Anytime a film features a nearly three-hour running time, as does "Atanarjuat (The Fast Runner)" is based on an Inuit legend, albeit slightly One of the most important Native films of all time, Atanarjuat, the Fast Runner tells a powerful and moving story about honor, betrayal, vengeance, and redemption. Set in the vast, visually stunning Arctic landscape, it was the first feature film written, directed, and acted entirely in Inuktitut, the language of Canada s Inuit people. In many ways, "Atanarjuat/The Fast Runner" is a film of beauty and a sour fellow who, according to the tale, is possessed by an evil spirit. Atanarjuat: The Fast Runner (Inuktitut: ) is a 2001 Canadian epic film directed by Inuit filmmaker Zacharias Kunuk and produced by his company Isuma Igloolik Productions. It was the first feature film An all Inuit movie that tells one of their legends. It is extremely fascinating for its portrayal of the Inuit society. The story is rather good as well, more Inuit movies Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for The Fast Runner: Filming the Legend of Atanarjuat (Indigenous Films) at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users. They range from the centuries-old Inuit legend behind his acclaimed 2001 debut, Atanarjuat: The Fast Runner, to his more recent rethink of The Inuit-made film Atanarjuat: The Fast Runner gains much of its power from The screenwriter Paul Apak constructed his reworking of the epic myth of Inuit In his two comprehensive books, Isuma: Inuit Video Art and The Fast Runner: Filming the Legend of Atanarjuat, Michael Robert Evans demonstrates how a group of determined Inuit filmmakers have addressed this kind of criticism by not only controlling the content of the work, but also by making filmmaking a part of the Igloolik folkloric process. Zacharias Kunuk's adaptation of an ancient folk-tale, which won the ''The Fast Runner (Atanarjuat)'' directed by Zacharias Kunuk and based Manguel, Memory and the Myth of the Last Men, 122. The film Atanarjuat: The Fast Runner opens with a scene of Arctic blue, the sky barely distinguishable Zacharias Kunuk's epic, Atanarjuat: The Fast Runner, is a nearly three-hour drama based on a centuries-old Inuit legend. Filmed in a raw visual style with an This sweeping epic features a cast of Inuit actors and is based on one of their ancient legends. Natar Ungalaaq stars as a young Inuit who falls for a woman 2010 The Fast Runner: Filming the Legend of Atanarjuat, Lincoln and London, University of Nebraska Press, 162 pages. The Fast Runner: Filming the Legend of Atanarjuat is the first in a series of books titled Indigenous Films edited by Randolph Lewis and David Delagado Shorter and published by the University of Nebraska Press.

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