Explore cbc cbc home · tv · radio · news · sports · music · life · arts · kids · local · documentaries · comedy · books · parents · indigenous · digital archives · games · contests · site map. In candid eyes: essays on canadian documentaries, eds jim leach and jeannette sloniowski (toronto 2003) gravestock, steve outlaw insider: the films of bruce mcdonald in north of everything: english-canadian cinema since 1980, eds william beard and jerry white (edmonton 2002) hallas. Originally released in 1998, documenting the documentary responded to a scholarly landscape in which documentary film was largely understudied and undervalued aesthetically, and analyzed instead through issues of ethics, politics , and film technology editors barry keith grant and jeannette. In the summer of 1990, all eyes were on the small town of oka for a standoff between the mohawk people of kanehsatake, quebec police, and eventually the canadian army the town of oka's plans to expand a golf course onto un-ceded mohawk land triggered the violent clash the oka crisis, which. Look to the north is a 22-minute 1944 canadian documentary film, made by the national film board of canada (nfb) as part of the wartime canada carries on series the film was produced and directed by james beveridge the film's french version title is vers le nord.
Donald brittain's documentary film volcano: an inquiry into the life and death of malcolm lowry (1976) presents the life of troubled british novelist malcolm lowry and the creation of his famous novel jim leach and jeannette sloniowski, eds, candid eyes: essays on canadian documentaries (2003. George stoney's documentaries have moved generations of audiences, students, and communities because of their consistent, clear-eyed engagement with you are on indian land, the landmark documentary he produced for challenge for change during the two years he ran that groundbreaking canadian program,. Candid eyes: essays on canadian documentaries, toronto, university of toronto press, 2003, pp 48-60 google scholar hall 1998: jeanne hall, “'don't you ever just watch': american cinema verité and dont look back,” in barry keith grant and jeannette sloniowski (eds), documenting the documentary: close. This essay will illuminate how successive canadian administrations and christian institutions for over a century have manipulated canadian law to circumvent prosecution for genocide in the case of indian residential schools 5 argued that documentary reenactment serves as a countermeasure to political rhetoric,.
Candid eyes: essays on canadian documentaries call number: pn19959d6 c34 2003 focusing on works produced in french and english by the national film board of canada, this book presents an exceptional collection of essays by some of canada's best known film scholars chick flicks: theories. This short documentary follows three indigenous women as they practice ancestral forms of worship: drumming, singing and using sweetgrass these ancient spiritual traditions may at first seem at odds with urban life, but to indigenous people in canada who are used to praying in natural settings, the whole world is sacred. In candid eyes: essays on canadian documentaries, edited by jim leach and jeannette sloniowski, 181-196 toronto: university of toronto press, 2003 simons, tony alanis obomsawin: kanehsatake -- 270 ans de résistance in where are the voices coming from: canadian culture and the legacies of history.
Recently, there has been a distinct rise in the amount of scholarship generated on canadian film jim leach and jeannette sloniowski contribute to this phenomenon with their recent collection of essays on canadian documentaries as the editors' brief introduction indicates, their goal is to provide close readings of single. The national film board of canada: groundbreaking and socially relevant documentary, animation, alternative drama and digital content, from canada's public film producer and distributor. Candid eyes: essays on canadian documentaries (heritage) [jim leach, jeannette sloniowski] on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers beginning in 1922, when robert flaherty filmed 'nanook of the north' in canada's arctic, and encouraged by john grierson and the federal government in 1939 when they.
In 2009, canada's national film board celebrated its 70th anniversary the board was created by john grierson, a scot, in 1939 to produce and distribute films to interpret canada to canadians and to the world funded by the federal government, the nfb was the first such film agency anywhere in the. Archived - aboriginal documentary heritage or updated web pages that are archived on the internet are not subject to the government of canada web standards as per the communications policy of the government of canada, you can request alternate formats of this page on the contact us page. Pincers on japan is a 19-minute 1944 canadian documentary film, made by the national film board of canada (nfb) the film was directed by james beveridge , who also produced and directed a similar nfb documentary, look to the north the film's french version title is piège à nippon.