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Islet (2003) Theatrical Cartoon

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  • National Film Board of Canada, Glacialis Productions Inc.
  • Animated Characters: Inuit Fisherman, Flying Fish, Whales.
  • Awards: Nominee, Genie, Best Animated Short, Mich?e B?anger and Nicolas Brault, 2003.
    Nominee, First Prize (Short Films), Nicolas Brault, Montr?l World Film Festival, 2003.
    2nd FEDEX Award for the most popular short film, Montreal World Film Festival, 2003.
    Nominee, Jutra Award, Best Animated Film, 2004.
    Award, Animation, International Digital Festival (VIDFEST), Vancouver, 2004
  • Originally Released in 2003.
  • Running Time: 7 minutes.
  • Black & White
  • Canada  Canada

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Foreign Language Title: "Īlot (French)."

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In 2002, director Nicolas Brault joined the crew of SEDNA IV on their Arctic mission, which inspired this film, a celebration of Inuit culture. Brault worked on a computer graphic tablet to create the film while aboard ship.

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