At the Caribou crossing place
Film et Vidéo
- Auteurs : Balikci Asen ; Mary-Rousselière Guy (1913-....) ; Brown Quentin ;
- Editeurs : Watertown, MA Documentary Educational Resources ;
- Date d'édition : 2009
- Sujets : Netsilik (Inuits) -- Moeurs et coutumes -- DVD, Caribou, Inuits, Films ethnographiques DVD
- Langue(s) : Groenlandais
- Description matérielle : 2 DVD (59 min), : Coul., son.
- Pays de publication : États-Unis
- Collection (notice d'ensemble) : Netsilik Eskimo series
Version en inuit
Indiqué sur la jaquette : Part 1 : The time is early autumn. The woman wakes and dresses the boy. He practices with his sling while she spreads a caribou skin to dry. The boy picks berries and then the men come in their kayak with another caribou. This is skinned, and soon night falls. In the morning, one man leaves with his bow while the other makes a fishing mannick, a bait of caribou meat. The woman works at the skins, this time cleaning sinews and hanging them to dry. The man repairs his arrows and then sets a snare for a gull. The child stones the snared gull and then plays hunter, using some antlers for a target. His father makes him a spinning top. ; Indiqué sur la jaquette : Part 2 : Two men arrive at the camp and the four build from stones a long row of manlike figures, inukshult, down toward the water. They wait for caribou and then chase them toward the stone figures and so into the water where other men in kayaks spear them. The dead animals are floated ashore and skinned. The boy plays with the visitors, the woman cooks the meat, the men crack the bones and eat the marrow, and then feast on the plentiful meat.