We ship cats now?!
We ship cats now?!
Somewhere in Between #1 (by lukas kozmus ▲)
Roseanne Supernault and Eric Schweig in a scene from “Maïna” (2012) The film also stars Tantoo Cardinal and Graham Greene. From Perspective Canada:
Following a bloody confrontation between her clan and the clan of “Men from the Land of Ice,” Maïna, daughter of Innu Grand Chief Mishtenapuu, finds herself unwillingly drawn into a mission that will change her life.
Ooh ooh ooh!
First contact stories that don’t involve white folks? DOPENESS.
did I reblog this??? so what.
It was filmed in Kuujjuak and the dogs in it are owned by an actual dog sledder, they did their research. The actors are mainly from Nunavut and they had to learn the Nunavik dialect to make their lines more seamless since Inuit have varied words. They also consulted Innu people to be as true to the cultures as they could. They hired first nations women who know how to sew and consulted elders on how to work with animal hide the way it was done before settlers. The amount of effort put into the movie is great and I can’t wait to see it.
THE INTENSITY WITH WHICH I WANT THIS HAS SURPRISED EVEN MYSELF.
can we just
and their bowler hats
you’re 74 and 73 jfc
you’ve been knighted by the queen
I think Dr. Phil’s closed-captioning guy got fired
In organizing my SoundCloud, I made a “Featured” playlist! It contains the works that I feel are my most quality productions!
To play it straight I’ll go and say these are basically instant hits for sure…but at the same time Astro Kid has a large collection of great jams, like his albums available on bandcamp. Every many of them are all time favorites of mine.
The Tale of Princess Kaguya (2013)
Litwicks like that little brother who’s just happy to be around them.
Another one of my top favorite painters, Hakusaku pushes digital art forward with their masterful handling of the digital brush. If you would like to see just how Hakusaku puts down their strokes and creates the stunning colors, renderings, and compositions of their works, they fortunately have made their process very accessible in two ways; through either their Drawr or their Ustream channel (linked below) you can watch their process in real time, sometimes entirely from a blank canvas to the finished piece. I would highly recommend watching their recorded streams or catching a live broadcast on Ustream — a lot of my favorite work by them is best/only seen in those streams.
Note: Hakusaku’s name is sometimes written as H9S9 and 8939.