The Fan Hitch Volume 14, Number 4, September 2012

Journal of the Inuit Sled Dog International
In This Issue....

From the Editor

Tumivut: Three Stories

Chinook Project’s Labrador 2012 Report


In the News

Media Review (book): Remembering the Years of My Life


Media Review (film): Labrador North

Akunnirmiut Nunavut Quest


Nunavut Quest Documentary Ready for Sale!

Good Reads

IMHO: Last Call

Index: Volume 14, The Fan Hitch


Navigating This Site

Index of articles by subject

Index of back issues by volume number

Search The Fan Hitch


Articles to download and print

Ordering Ken MacRury's Thesis

Our comprehensive list of resources

Defining the Inuit Dog


Talk to The Fan Hitch

The Fan Hitch home page

ISDI home page


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Editor: Sue Hamilton
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The Inuit Sled Dog International

The Inuit Sled Dog International (ISDI) is a consortium of enthusiasts whose goal is the preservation of this ancient arctic breed in its purest form as a working dog. The ISDI's efforts are concentrated on restoring the pure Inuit Dog to its native habitat. The ISDI's coordinators welcome to your comments and questions.

ISDI Coordinator Canada:
Geneviève Montcombroux, Box 206, Inwood, MB R0C 1P0; gmontcombroux@gmail.com
ISDI Coordinator USA:
Sue Hamilton, 55 Town Line Road, Harwinton, CT 06791, mail@thefanhitch.org
In the News....

Hudson's Bay Company Archives / Archives of Manitoba; Courtesy of Five Door Films.

Return of the Far Fur Country Project Update

In advance of the anticipated 2013 re-release of the historic 1920 film Romance of the Far Fur Country, Five Door Films has been screening excerpts all across Canada (see In the News for June 2012). After August screenings in southern British Columbia and in Cochrane and Moose Factory, Ontario, Five Door Films headed to northern Manitoba, southern Ontario and the south Baffin region of Nunavut.

Five Door Films is committed to presenting this project in remote regions of Canada where some of the original Romance of the Far Fur Country footage was shot. They are eager to note reactions and collect stories from those watching who might have connections to the historic film.

Friday Sept 14 Toronto ON York University 7:00 pm
Monday Sept 17 Iqaluit NU Astro Theatre 7:00 pm
Tuesday Sept 18 Kimmirut NU Akavak Centre 7:00 pm
Thursday Sept 20 Kimmirut NU Kimmirut School       10:30 am
Thursday Sept 20 Rankin Inlet NU TBA
Friday Sept 21 Iqaluit NU Inukshuk High School 10:00 am
Saturday Sept 29 Flin Flon MB Bakers Narrow Lodge 2:00 pm

More screenings are promised in upcoming months, including some in the United States. To follow the Return of the Far Fur Country Project be sure to visit the project’s website and blog.
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