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NEWS: Around the Arctic August 11, 2011 - 5:04 am

Photo: Throat Song premieres at Toronto film festival Sept. 11

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Ippiksaut Friesen of Rankin Inlet performs in a 17-minute dramatic film called <I>Throat Song,</i> which premieres Sept. 11 at the Toronto International Film Festival. The film, shot in Iqaluit, was written and directed by Miranda de Pencier of Toronto and produced by Stacy Aglok MacDonald of Kugluktuk and Iqaluit. It tells the story of Ippik, a young Inuk woman caught in an abusive relationship. (PHOTO COURTESY OF STACEY AGLOK MACDONALD)
Ippiksaut Friesen of Rankin Inlet performs in a 17-minute dramatic film called Throat Song, which premieres Sept. 11 at the Toronto International Film Festival. The film, shot in Iqaluit, was written and directed by Miranda de Pencier of Toronto and produced by Stacy Aglok MacDonald of Kugluktuk and Iqaluit. It tells the story of Ippik, a young Inuk woman caught in an abusive relationship. (PHOTO COURTESY OF STACEY AGLOK MACDONALD)

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