Inuit High Kick
Alethea Arnaquq-Baril 2010
Documentary Short

Sunday May 9, 2010
$12 at the door - online tickets sold out

Citipark Garage
On the Roof of Citipark Cumberland Garage
148 Cumberland Street, Toronto, ON, Canada

7:00Box office opens
7:30Doors Open
8:00Live Music
8:30Films begin
10:00Q and A and reception
In the event of rain, the screening will be rescheduled for a later date. Check for updates regarding the weather


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Inuit High Kick (Alethea Arnaquq-Baril | Canada | 2 min.)

Powerful. Precise. Poetic. The traditional Inuit sport of high kick requires incredible physical strength and concentration, rendered in this minimalist documentary as a sophisticated dance-like movement in cinematic slow motion. Visually, Inuit High Kick is a compelling study of human locomotion. Cinematically, it is a clear celebration of ancient culture. - Alex Rogalski

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