Los Angeles Festival Premiere

DOCUMENTARY SHORT | Canada | 27 MINUTES | English, Inuktitut


The inspired journey of a young Inuit community researcher.


Directed by Vincent L'Hérault, Tim Anaviapik Soucie

Vincent L’Herault is Ph.D. biologist and director at ArctiConnexion. He works in Nunavut with Inuit communities and several hundreds of hunters and fishermen. Throughout his work, Vincent uses video production. Committed artist and scientist, he was granted several provincial and national prizes.

Tim Anaviapik Soucie was born in Iqaluit and moved to Pond Inlet in 2010 years ago seeking a more traditional environment where he could raise his two daughters with his fiancée. Tim graduated from the Environmental Technology Program in Pond Inlet in 2012 and became a local Hamlet councillor shortly afterwards. In 2014, Tim started his own research program on water quality in the community of Pond Inlet and ran the project until 2018. In 2021, he was hired by Qikiktani Inuit Association as Water Specialist. In 2014, Tim was awarded the Canadian Council of the Federation’s Water Stewardship Award.


Vincent L’Hérault, Tim Anaviapik Soucie


Vincent L’Hérault

Program One


Thursday, November 10

Screening: 7:00 to 8:30pm

Lumiere Music Hall

9036 Wilshire Blvd
Beverly Hills, CA 90211



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