Series S01074 - Listen to the Land documentary

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Listen to the Land documentary

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  • multiple media

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  • 2015-2018 (Creation)

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ca. 1 terabyte of audiovisual material and word documents

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Born digital film elements were managed by cinematographer and editor Jordan O’Connor under the direction of Celia Haig-Brown before being transferred to the archives.

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Series consists of film elements, b-roll, and full unedited interviews related to the documentary film production "Listen to the Land: The Naskapi Nation Invests in Mining." Arrangement based on the chronological sequence of the film's shooting schedule which took place between 2016 and 2017. Interviews with members of Naskapi Nation of Kawawachikamach (NNK) are separated out. For this film shoot, the film crew included Director of Photography, Shane Belcourt, sound engineer Tony Wallace, and two graduate research assistants, Alesha Moffatt and Melissa Blimkie. Once the production was complete and the documentary produced, Celia Haig-Brown worked with editors Jordan O’Connor and John Hryszkiewicz to prepare the raw footage of interviews and and b-roll material to be archived. Additional descriptions, subject tagging, translations and contextual information provided by Loretta Robinson and Leona Pien of NNK and Heather Bergen and Ryan Koelwyn, two graduate research assistants.

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Materials donated by Celia Haig Brown in 2023.


Series arranged in rough chronological order based on configuration of server directory.

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  • English

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Contains recordings in Naskapi.

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Access requires prior approval by authorized members of Naskapi Nation of Kawawachikamach requested through submission of a York University Research Agreement for Non-University Records. Current contact person is Loretta Robinson, Naskapi Curriculum Coordinator, via

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2024/03/10 A. St.Onge (Creation)

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  • English


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