Marie-Hélène Cousineau formed the Arnait Video Collective, where she works as a coordinator/trainer, as well as an active collaborating producer. Along with co-director Madeline Piujuq Ivalu, she directed the feature film Before Tomorrow, winner of the Best Canadian First Feature Film at the 2008 Toronto International Film Festival. She also co-produced the 2011 APTN documentary series The Uluit, which was nominated for a Gemini for Best Documentary Series. Her video work has been widely exhibited in Canada, the U.S. and Europe. With an MFA in Communications from the University of Iowa, Cousineau was also associate professor of Communications at Concordia University in Montreal (1997–1999). From September 29 to December 16, 2012, her installation Perdre et retrouver le Nord was on view as part of the opening eight-artist show Archival Dialogues: Reading the Black Star Collection at the Ryerson Image Centre in Toronto.
2014, 76:00 minutes, colour, Inukitut and English (w/ English subtitles)
2013, 86:00 minutes, colour, Inuktitut and English with English or French subtitles, also available Close Captioned
2011, 17:39 minutes, colour, English
2008, 92:47 minutes, colour, Inuktitut w/English Subtites
2005, 46:00 minutes, colour, Inuktitut with English, French or Spanish Subtitles
1996, 37:04 minutes, colour, Inuktituk with Eng.S.T.
1992, 11:00 minutes, colour, Inuktituk with Eng.S.T.
1991, 17:45 minutes, colour, English
1990, 27:00 minutes, colour, English
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