Modern Languages & Linguistics Film Series - Film 4: Before Tomorrow (Canada, Marie-Hélène Cousineau & Madeleine Ivalu, 2008)

Cultural Isolation (19 November – 10 December)

Before Tomorrow (Canada, Marie-Hélène Cousineau & Madeleine Ivalu, 2008)

In summer of 1840, a group of Inuit families gather to fish. Ningiuq and her grandson stay on a remote island to dry the catch for winter. Though the celebration has been bountiful and joyous, Ningiuq sees her world as fragile and moves through it with a pervasive sense of dread. An intimate portrait of culture gradually becomes a tale of survival, as the pair wait in vain for the others to meet them. Based on the novel by Jørn Riel. (In Inuktitut with English subtitles) Watch the film

Zoom Discussion Meeting: Thursday, December 10 @ 6 p.m.

How to participate:

  1. Watch the film between the dates indicated, on your own time, on the University of Lethbridge Library’s Criterion On Demand streaming services (follow the link and sign in).
  2. Before the “Discussion Meeting” date, send an e-mail to beth.gerwin@uleth.ca saying you will attend the meeting (you will be sent a Zoom invitation).
  3. Join the “Discussion Meeting” via Zoom: learn more about the film, share thoughts, and register for any participation mark being offered through a U of L course.
Room or Area: 
Online

Free


Contact:

Beth Gerwin | beth.gerwin@uleth.ca | 403-329-2560

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