U.S. PREMIERE

DOCUMENTARY SHORT | CANADA | 15 MINUTES | English, Inuktitut

Hebron Relocation

Filmmaker Holly Andersen of Makkovik, Nunatsiavut, always knew that the house she lives in carries within its frame the echoes of the forced displacement of northern Labrador Inuit. In Hebron Relocation, Andersen explores what makes a place a home as she speaks with friends and family about how the relocation impacted generations of Labrador Inuit.

CAST & CREDITS

Directed by Holly Andersen

Holly Andersen is a photographer and filmmaker from Makkovik, Labrador. Andersen is interested in photography’s ability to preserve moments in time or capture minute details. Her practice encompasses a variety of subjects, including candid and portraiture photography of family and friends, as well as photos of insects, landscapes and local wildlife. Her photos have been displayed at the Canadian Museum of Nature and the Bonavista Biennale. She is an avocational historian who studies community history throughout Labrador.

Director

Holly Andersen

Producer

Rohan Fernando, Latonia Hartery, Kat Baulu

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Saturday, November 4

Screening: 1:00PM

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