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Telefilm Canada faces Inuit distributor controversy

Telefilm Canada is underfire from a Canadian aboriginal distribution company seeking assistance inscreening The Journals Of Knud Rasmussen for aboriginal audiences in remote communities. Isuma Distribution Inc.(IDI), the releasing arm of Rasmussen filmmakers Zacharias Kunuk's and Norman Cohn's Igloolik IsumaProductions, has requested nearly $500,000 (C$550,000) to fund a travelingdigital projection unit that would tour Canada's far north and present the filmto audiences ...

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