• Adventure
    Drama
  • Rated: B,PG,14,12
  • Director: Charlie Martin Smith, Charles Martin Smith
  • Writer: Charles Martin Smith, Farley Mowat
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The Snow Walker is a 2003 Canadian survival drama film written and directed by Charles Martin Smith and starring Barry Pepper. Based on the short story Walk Well, My Brother by Farley Mowat, the film is about a Canadian bush pilot whose life is changed through an encounter with a young Inuit woman and their challenge to survive the harsh conditions of the Northwest Territories following an aircraft crash.The film won six Leo Awards, including Best Lead Performance by a Male (Barry Pepper), and was nominated for nine Genie Awards, including Best Motion Picture, Best Performance by an Actor (Barry Pepper), Best Performance by an Actress (Annabella Piugattuk), and Best Adapted Screenplay (Charles Martin Smith).
  • Adventure
    Drama
  • Rated: B,PG,14,12
  • Director: Charlie Martin Smith, Charles Martin Smith
  • Writer: Charles Martin Smith, Farley Mowat

  • Barry Pepper
    Annabella Piugattuk
    James Cromwell
    Kiersten Warren
    Jonathan Gries
    Robin Dunne
    Greg Spottiswood
    Brad Sihvon
    Samson Jorah
    Michael Bubl
    Malcolm Scott
    Jon Gries
    Michael Bublé
    William Macdonald
    Mariano Aupilardjuk

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  • (2003)

  • Adventure
    Drama
  • Rated: B,PG,14,12
  • Director: Charlie Martin Smith, Charles Martin Smith
  • Writer: Charles Martin Smith, Farley Mowat
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Synopsis

The Snow Walker is a 2003 Canadian survival drama film written and directed by Charles Martin Smith and starring Barry Pepper. Based on the short story Walk Well, My Brother by Farley Mowat, the film is about a Canadian bush pilot whose life is changed through an encounter with a young Inuit woman and their challenge to survive the harsh conditions of the Northwest Territories following an aircraft crash.The film won six Leo Awards, including Best Lead Performance by a Male (Barry Pepper), and was nominated for nine Genie Awards, including Best Motion Picture, Best Performance by an Actor (Barry Pepper), Best Performance by an Actress (Annabella Piugattuk), and Best Adapted Screenplay (Charles Martin Smith).

Starring
  • Barry Pepper
    Annabella Piugattuk
    James Cromwell
    Kiersten Warren
    Jonathan Gries
    Robin Dunne
    Greg Spottiswood
    Brad Sihvon
    Samson Jorah
    Michael Bubl
    Malcolm Scott
    Jon Gries
    Michael Bublé
    William Macdonald
    Mariano Aupilardjuk