Speaker Stacey Aglok MacDonald

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Stacey Aglok MacDonald

Co-Creator, Executive Producer and Writer, upcoming Arctic comedy series for CBC, Netflix and APTN

Red Marrow Media

Stacey Aglok MacDonald is an Inuit film and television writer and producer originally from Kuglultuk, Nunavut. Aglok MacDonald formed Red Marrow Media with fellow Inuit filmmaker, Alethea Arnaquq-Baril in 2019. Aglok MacDonald is most widely known for her work on the Inuit fan-favourite comedy series, Qanurli, an Inuktut-language series that ran for seven seasons on the Aboriginal People Television Network (APTN); The Grizzlies (2018); the multi-award winning Throat Song, and most recently Slash/Back (2022). SXSW Aglok MacDonald currently lives in Iqaluit, Nunavut, with her much cooler, much wiser, 13-year-old daughter and their dog, Okpik. The multi-award winning dramatic short Throat Song with Miranda Aglok MacDonald has worked in the film industry since 2007.

Speaking on: CBC Breakfast: telling Canada's stories; Defining Canadian Content: The future of the industry

At the Banff Media Festival, we met with Netflix and took a ride up Sulphur Mountain on the gondola. That’s where we made the pitch.
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