The Last Days of Okak

The Last Days of Okak

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This short documentary tells the story the once-thriving town of Okak, an Inuit settlement on the northern Labrador coast. Moravian missionaries evangelized the coast and encouraged the growth of Inuit settlements, but it was also a Moravian ship that brought the deadly Spanish influenza during the world epidemic of 1919. The Inuit of the area were decimated, and Okak was abandoned. Through diaries, old photos and interviews with survivors, this film relates the story of the epidemic and examines the relations between natives and missionaries.

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Générique
  • réalisateur
    Anne Budgell
    Nigel Markham
  • producteur
    Kent Martin
  • producteur exécutif
    Barry Cowling
  • scénario
    Anne Budgell
  • photographie
    Nigel Markham
  • montage
    Nigel Markham
  • son
    Jim Rillie
  • montage sonore
    Eric Emery
  • narrateur
    Waldo Scharwey
    Fran Williams