Trapped in a Human Zoo nominated at the Yorkton Film Festival
Trapped in a human zoo is nominated in the category Documentary History & Biography at the Yorkton Film Festival in Saskatchewan, Canada.
The 2017 Yorkton Film Festival will run from May 25th, 2017 to May 28th, 2017.
Two Screen Awards Nominations for Trapped in a Human Zoo
Gatineau, Canada - January 18th 2017 – PIX3 Films is nominated for two Screen Awards by the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television for the documentary
Trapped in a Human Zoo in the categories Best Science or Nature Documentary Program or Series and the Barbara Sears Award for Best Editorial Research.
The documentary first aired on the prestigious The Nature of Things series hosted by famed scientist Dr. David Suzuki on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and is distributed worldwide by the National Film Board of Canada. The French version of the documentary, Piégés dans un zoo humain, aired on TV5.
We wish to thank all the crew and actors and especially France Rivet who did an incredible research and the very talented director Guilhem Rondot. The winners will be announced in March 2017.
A forgotten diary helps one woman uncover the incredible journey and the mysterious disappearance of a group of Inuit, trapped in the world of human zoos of the 19th century. The only known written testimony of an era that humanity would rather forget, Abraham’s diary is an inversion of the colonial gaze. Here the pyramid of races would be at its pinnacle; here the story of Abraham would unfold.
Producer and screenwriter: Roch Brunette
Director: Guilhem Rondot
Research: France Rivet
The Producer, Roch Brunette (left) with the Director, Guilhem Rondot (right), at the Canadian Screen Awards