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Indian Speaks, The

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Film Identifier: F.2004-02-0105
Run Time
0h 0m 0s
Format
16mm
Date Produced
1967
Abstract
“A film about Indians in many parts of Canada who are concerned about preserving what is left of their own culture and restoring what has been lost. It is the consciousness of the Indian tradition slipping away, with nothing equally satisfying or significant to take its place, that this film discovers wherever it goes. One of the speakers is an artist who, for a time, lived in Toronto but who returned to his reserve to devote his efforts to his own people; another is a business woman in Vancouver.” (National Film Board of Canada)
Main Credit
Belleau, André (is executive producer)
Carrière, Marcel (is director)
Additional Credit
National Film Board of Canada (is contributor)
Belleau, André (is contributor)
Carrière, Marcel (is contributor)
Gosselin, Bernard (is cinematographer)
Nold, Werner (is editor)
Brault, Pierre F. (music)
Actors, Performers and Participants
Jackson, Stanley (is commentator)
Related Place
Canada (production location of)