|Directed by||Claude Massot|
|Produced by||Georges Benayoun|
|Written by||Claude Massot|
|Music by||Sebastian Regnier|
|Edited by||Joelle Hache|
Charles Dance won the award for "Best Actor" at the Paris Film Festival 1994 for this film, and Claude Massot was awarded a "Special Jury Prize". At the Montréal World Film Festival 1994, Jacques Loiseleux won for "Best Artistic Contribution", and François Protat for "Photography". At the Gijón International Film Festival 1994, Claude Massot won three awards, for "Best Director", the "Grand Prix Asturias" (for "Best Feature"), and a "Special Prize of the Young Jury".
- "Kabloonak captures the North". Montreal Gazette, September 16, 1994.
- "A filmmaker' s life without its riches". The Globe and Mail, November 25, 1994.
- "New movie recalls 1922 cinema classic Nanook of the North". Canadian Press, August 25, 1994.
- "Genie Award nominations". Toronto Star, October 20, 1994.
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