Wednesday, April 19, 2017

    18:30 - 21:00


    Arts Health Network Ottawa & Gallery 101 present: 

    An Expressive Arts Experience & Award Winning Documentary: Angry Inuk 
    In celebration of National Canadian Film Day (NCFD 150)

    Wednesday, April 19, 6:30 to 9pm
    Gallery 101, 51 B Young Street 

    Workshop cost 
    $20 non member
    $10 member


     *Workshop fees can be electronically transferred to:, or cash at the door*

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    On April 19, 2017, a massive one-day celebration of Canadian cinema will take place across this great land with movies being made available via television, online and at over 600 screenings in cinemas, libraries, public squares and anywhere else you can imagine showing a film. A multitude of events will happen in every province and territory, most of these will be free and many will involve Canadian film talent. 

    Save the date – Wednesday, April 19, 2017. To find out more and to get involved, please visit or email us at at

    National Canadian Film Day 150 (NCFD 150) is presented by REEL CANADA, an organization that has been promoting the power and diversity of Canadian film for more than 12 years. Since its inception in 2004, REEL CANADA has recognized the importance of cinematic stories told by Indigenous peoples, and includes these as a core piece of all our programmes – including NCFD 150, when screenings by Indigenous filmmakers will take place across Turtle Island.

    Angry Inuk synopsis

    In her award-winning documentary, director Alethea Arnaquq-Baril joins a new tech-savvy generation of Inuit as they campaign to challenge long-established perceptions of seal hunting. Armed with social media and their own sense of humour and justice, this group is bringing its own voice into the conversation and presenting themselves to the world as a modern people in dire need of a sustainable economy.

    Join us for a unique discussion and interactive workshop after the screening (1h 22 min) with Arts Health Network 

    Gallery 101 gratefully acknowledges the City of Ottawa, the Ontario Arts Council (an agency of the Government of Ontario) and the Canada Council for the Arts. Gallery 101 thanks the Asinabka Festival, our members, volunteers, partners, and all our relations.