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Inuit story filmed at St. Albert’s heritage houses – St. Albert Today

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by ahnationtalk on August 4, 202293 Views


August 4, 2022

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Last week was blistering, hot especially for the people working inside Chevigny House and Cunningham House, two of St. Albert’s heritage houses. Sweat glistened on people’s skin and bottles of cold water were quickly gulped.

But the people stepping in and out of the heritage houses in the pastoral location on Meadowview Drive weren’t cleaners, restorers, tour guides, event organizers, or anyone you’d expect to see.

They were a 20-person cast and crew shooting Suitable, a 15-minute short about one Inuit woman’s life during the 1930s. Additional filming takes place at Chesterfield Inlet, located on the western shore of Hudson Bay in Nunavut.

Read More: https://www.stalberttoday.ca/entertainment-news/inuit-story-filmed-at-st-alberts-heritage-houses-5646928

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