Posts by Jamie Griffiths

Qaujigiartiit Health Research Centre (QHRC)

Qaujigiartiit Health Research Centre (QHRC)

Chickweed Arts has recently delivered four short-documentary film projects and still photography to QHRC to support their programming and outreach....

Rankin Rock Hockey Camp

Rankin Rock Hockey Camp

Chickweed Arts recently completed a mini-documentary film project for the Rankin Rock Hockey Camp in Rankin Inlet, Nunavut. Affectionately known...

New Video transcribing software for Inuktitut

Chickweed Arts has been working with a Canadian software designer, Nathaniel Deshpande of CLOSED CAPTION CREATOR, in order to integrate...

Iqaluit Music Society – Music Training video series

Chickweed Arts has been developing a series of videos for the Iqaluit Music Society (winner of the Arctic Inspiration Prize...

Qaujiggiartiit Health Research Centre – online training videos and mini-documentary series

Chickweed has recently delivered training videos and a mini-documentary about QHRC’s’ Makimautiksat program, which is a youth wellness on-the-land program...

Pirurvik Preschool : Governor Generals Innovation Award 2022

Chickweed is proud to have made a 9 minute short-documentary film for Pirurvik Preschool in Pond Inlet, filmed with local...

Inspirational Nunavut Inuit: Short Film Series

We recently completed a series of three short bilingual films for the Government of Nunavut’s department of Economic Development and...

SOBEY AWARD 2021 Laakkuluk Williamson Bathory

Chickweed Arts congratulates Sobey Arts Award winner 2021, Laakkuluk Williamson Bathory. Based in Iqaluit, and a longtime collaborator with Jamie...

Midwife, Regalee Ootoova

Building the Heart of A Child: Pirurvik Preschool

Chickweed Arts is excited to announce the release of a new mini-documentary about the ground-breaking, award-winning Pirurvik Preschool in Pond...

Adolescence

Based on a poem by Laakkuluk Williamson Bathory, Adolescence is the story of a young Inuit woman who reflects on the historical trauma experienced by Inuit living in Canada through a conversation with her beloved grandmother. Against the backdrop of the Arctic sea ice, this fictional story connects the impact of colonization to the ongoing mental health crisis in Nunavut, while maintaining hope for the future.