Eva Kaukai and Manon Chamberland practice the Inuk art of throat singing in their small village of Kangirsuk. Their mesmerizing voices carry through the four seasons of their Arctic land. Official Selection – 2019 Sundance Film Festival TIFF – Young Creators Showcase – TIFF Next Wave Film Festival REGARD – Festival international du court métrage au Saguenay Sao Paulo Int. Short Film Festival Raindance Film Festival PLURAL + Youth Video Film Festival (joint initiative of the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC) and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian – Native Cinema Showcase The International Festival of Films on Art (FIFA) Milano Film Festival The Native Spirit Festival American Indian Film Festival – AIFF Shining Mountain Film Festical Production: Wapikoni Mobile Screenplay: Wapikoni Mobile Team Co-Directors: Manon Chamberland and Eva Kaukai in collaboration with the Wapikoni Mobile team Camera: Saviluk Thomassie, Emilie Baillargeon, Clark Ferguson Drone Operator: Johnny Nassak Editing: Emilie Baillargeon Sound Recording: Simon Thériault Original Music: Eva Kaukai, Manon Chamberland Filmmaker Mentors: Clark Ferguson, Émilie Baillargeon, Virginia Fernandes Youth Outreach Worker: Simon Thériault Assistant Filmmaker: Ulivia Uviluk Local Coordinator: Ulivia Uviluk Filmmakers Bio: Eva Kaukai and Manon Chamberland were both born in Nunavik and grew up in Kangirsuk. By participating in a creative stopover with Wapikoni Mobile, they were able to use sound and video to express their reality, their culture and their attachment to the land through throat singing. About Wapikoni Mobile Wapikoni Mobile is an intervention, training and creative studio for Indigenous youth. Its mission is to amplify the voices of the Indigenous generation through film and music, to broadcast their work in Canada and abroad, and to act as a tool for professional development and social transformation. Since 2004, thousands of Wapikoni participants from 28 Nations have collaborated on more than 1,200 short films translated into multiple languages and winners of numerous awards and honors at national and international festivals. Facebook.com/Wapikoni Twitter.com/Wapikoni Instagram.com/Wapikonimobile Website: wapikoni.ca