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Kenojuak

Canada, 1964 (MIFF 1965, Canadian Films)

Director: John Feeney

Here is a strange world where, in the deepening Arctic twilight, the snow the sky, the very air seem to throng with shadows. This beautifully photo­graphed film is an essay on an Eskimo graphic artist showing the sources of her inspiration.

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