Qallunaat! Why White People Are Funny

Qallunaat! Why White People Are Funny

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This documentary pokes fun at the ways in which Inuit people have been treated as “exotic” documentary subjects by turning the lens onto the strange behaviours of Qallunaat (the Inuit word for white people). The term refers less to skin colour than to a certain state of mind: Qallunaat greet each other with inane salutations, repress natural bodily functions, complain about being cold, and want to dominate the world. Their odd dating habits, unsuccessful attempts at Arctic exploration, overbearing bureaucrats and police, and obsession with owning property are curious indeed.

A collaboration between filmmaker Mark Sandiford and Inuit writer and satirist Zebedee Nungak, Qallunaat! brings the documentary form to an unexpected place in which oppression, history, and comedy collide.

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    Mark Sandiford
  • réalisateur
    Mark Sandiford
  • producteur
    Mark Sandiford
    Kent Martin
  • directeur de la photographie
    Gary Elmer
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    David Poisey
  • monteur
    Christopher Cooper
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    Zebedee Nungak
    John Kastner
    Asif Illyas
  • recherchiste
    Elizabeth Klinck
  • mixeur du repiquage
    Brian Power
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    Ken MacCaull