When Robert Flaherty filmed in 1922 Nanook of the North, documentaries did not exist. With his camera, he showcased the reality of the Inuit before the arrival of the white man. He invented a new language built with small tricks, so that the truth could be easier understood. Eighty years later, in 2002, we founded Nanouk Films in order to continue playing with reality in each new film. There’s no fiction without reality nor documentary without tricks. There are only films.