Educational Impact

Educators - Take your class to see the film in theatres!

Until June, you can book your group of 50-75+ students now in cities with Cineplex or Landmark theatre. (Minimum depends on theatres) Group rates vary by theatre. Rated 14A. If you sign up we will let you know when community screenings will be available.

Our Impact Campaign

If the youth in a small remote arctic community can turn the suicide statistics around, other youth and communities can too. Alethea Arnaquq-Baril and Stacey Aglok MacDonald, as producers from the North who have not only worked on THE GRIZZLIES movie, but have been living with this story, and others like it for our entire lives, are well connected across the north. Stacey grew up in Kugluktuk, and experienced what life was life before and after the real Grizzlies.

Our vision for the educational possibilities of this film is just starting.

Currently, we are partnering with Embrace Life Council and Nunavut Tunngavik Incorporated (NTI) in the north and with We Matter across the country. Working with young Inuit actors from the movie who are connected to these issues in real life not just on screen, we will contribute videos to the #WeMatter campaign as we launch The Grizzlies across the country.

The unflinching and uplifting true story of The Grizzlies is a perfect fit with our partners shared values. In particular, the three pillars of “Hope, Strength, and Culture” that is the basis of the We Matter campaign could be the tagline for the film.