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An acute analysis of filmmaking in a nation forced to produce culture under the shadow of Hollywood. Michael Dorland crafts a careful historical analysis of Canadian feature film policy from the 1950s to the present, based on an impressive array of government records of meetings, memos, reports, and speeches, as well as in-depth personal interviews with key participants.…mehr

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An acute analysis of filmmaking in a nation forced to produce culture under the shadow of Hollywood. Michael Dorland crafts a careful historical analysis of Canadian feature film policy from the 1950s to the present, based on an impressive array of government records of meetings, memos, reports, and speeches, as well as in-depth personal interviews with key participants.