HELICOPTER CANADA

The daring feat of shooting entirely from a helicopter produced this stunning bird’s-eye view of our beautiful country. Even the most familiar sites will never seem the same again. Directed by Eugene Boyko – 1966 | 50 min (Source: National…

The Ballad of Crowfoot

This short film examines the situation of Aboriginal people in North America through the figure of Crowfoot, the legendary 19th-century Blackfoot leader of the Plains. A rapid montage of archival photos, etchings and contemporary newspaper clippings is married to the…

The Agony of Jimmy Quinlan

The Agony of Jimmy Quinlan, , provided by the National Film Board of Canada This documentary follows Jimmy Quinlan, one of some 5000 men and women who have abandoned their jobs and families to live in the streets and alleys…

SATAN’S CHOICE: A Motorcycle Gang from Canada

“I DON’T CARE WHAT SOCIETY THINKS. THEY’RE NOTHING ANYWAY. NO BETTER THAN ME. OUT THERE, YOU JUST HAVE TO FIT INTO A PATTERN THAT SOMEBODY’S ALREADY LAID OUT FOR YOU. THE LIFE WE LIVE YOU HAVE TO SET YOU’RE OWN…

Canadian Novelist ‘Margaret Atwood: Once in August’

Margaret Atwood: Once in August , Michael Rubbo, provided by the National Film Board of Canada In “Margaret Atwood: Once in August,” filmmaker Michael Rubbo attempts to discover what shapes the celebrated writer’s fiction and what motivates her characters. As…

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