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DOCUMENTARY SHORT | CANADA | 15 MINUTES | English, French

Miss Campbell: Inuk Teacher

Evelyn Campbell was one of the first accredited Inuk teachers in Labrador and a pioneer for an Inuk-led educational system. As a residential school survivor, she overcame extraordinary odds to train as a teacher and pursue her passion for education.

Director Heather Campbell unveils her grandmother’s legacy by layering live-action art, animation and intimate family conversations.

CAST & CREDITS

Directed by Heather Campbell

Originally from Rigolet, Nunatsiavut, Heather Campbell has a B.F.A from Memorial University of Newfoundland and has fulfilled various roles in the Indigenous arts and culture sector. Campbell is currently the Strategic Initiatives Director of the Inuit Art Foundation. She is also a well-known Inuk artist whose works have been featured in collections at the Canadian Museum of History, the City of Ottawa, Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada and the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, as well as in many private collections.

Director

Heather Campbell

Producer

Latonia Hartery, Kat Baulu, Rohan Fernando

Screenwriter

Heather Campbell

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Saturday, November 4

Screening: 1:00PM

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