Producer/ Weekend Anchor
Ellalluk Snow is a Black Inuk from Alaska who grew up on the road system. Her folks hail from Aniak and Piamiut, Alaska.
Ellalluk Snow has had success writing plays, prose, and film shorts. They’ve had four plays produced in 2019. In August 2018, a film short they directed aired nationwide on USA television PBS, through FNX, and it was part of an exhibit at the Museum of Contemporary Native Art. Ellalluk is also a Sundance Indigenous Film alum.
Ellalluk Snow has worked as a director, producer, writer, script supervisor, camera operator, and production assistant on a myriad of productions from television news to film shorts (and long shorts) since 2009. Ellaslluk also writes Indigenous futurisms, Afrofuturisms, and theatre plays.
Ellalluk has a love of science and science fiction in all its variations.
Ellalluk has a University of Alaska Fairbanks Interdisciplinary Bachelor of Arts degree in Indigenous Filmmaking and a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing from the University of British Columbia.
Ellalluk Snow lives with a partner and two dogs.