Three Thousand

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Three Thousand
Directed byAsinnajaq
Written byAsinnajaq
Music byOlivier Alary
Edited byAnnie Jean
Distributed byNational Film Board of Canada
Release date
Running time
14 minutes

Three Thousand is a 2017 Canadian documentary film directed by Asinnajaq. Mixing animation with archival footage,[1] the film explores the cinematic representation of Inuit.[2] The 14 minute documentary dives into the past, present, and future of the Inuit people "in a new light". [3]

The film received a Canadian Screen Award nomination for Best Short Documentary Film at the 6th Canadian Screen Awards.


  1. ^ "Animaatiot pärjäsivät alkuperäiskansojen elokuvafestivaalilla – Skábmagovat-palkinnot jaettiin ensimmäistä kertaa". Yle, January 28, 2018.
  2. ^ "Montreal film screening aims to emphasize Indigenous politics, perspectives". CBC News Montreal, January 28, 2018.
  3. ^ Canada, National Film Board of, Three Thousand, retrieved 2018-09-25

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