Beyond Sight is a prospective documentary taking interest in the transformative perspectives of the Inuit people’s way of life, their landscapes, both visible and imaginary, in reaction to the opening of the North West Passage to maritime navigation for longer periods of time. Art works, myths and legends constitute a portion of the material for the film. Beyond Sight wants to transmit the spirit of the place while giving a voice to the contemporary Inuit denizens and Great North specialists. The film overlays within the actual Inuit landscape, cinematographic representations that foreground the people’s fears with respect to their changing environment, as well as their aspirations to a better future. The aim is also to support the cause of Canada in its battle for the international recognition of its sovereignty in the North West Passage.