People from many national backgrounds meet in Canada. This gives us a remarkable cultural richness but sometimes creates problems in communication and coexistence.
Encounter at Kwacha House-Halifax
1967, Director: Rex Tasker
1 min 8 s
2. The film reflects changes in the art of documentary. Note that it lacks any narrator. How does the excerpt reflect new attitudes in whose voice should appear in documentary films?
A vociferous discussion between black and white youths at the interracial club in Halifax, touching on racial discrimination in employment, housing, education and interpersonal relations.
Running Time: 17 min 55 s
Director Rex Tasker
Producer John Kemeny, Barrie Howells
Producers National Film Board of Canada