Bill Reid

This documentary follows Haida artist Bill Reid, from British Columbia. A jeweller and wood carver, he works on a traditional Haida totem pole. We watch the gradual transformation of a bare cedar trunk into a richly carved pole to stand on the shores of the town of Skidegate, in the Queen Charlotte Islands of B.C.

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Commentaires

  • Dogfish

    «Anyway....Jalun was also able to work with Bill before he died. It was so nice to see the Pole raising again» — Dogfish, 28 Déc 2011

  • Nativenture TV

    «I am trilled to find this video at NFB. It was made in 1979, some 30 years ago! The footage is invaluable and real. I truly appreciate that this beautiful film is available online. I started learning about Canadian West Coast Native Art about ten years ago. My interest has been increasing and I want to share my passion with the online community. During the Olympics in Vancouver, I created two videos explaining West Coast Native Art and Culture. You video is a great inspiration for me. I am hoping that my efforts will make a small contribution to the native art community. I would like to complaint Jack Long for his excellent documentary about Bill Reid. » — Nativenture TV, 31 Mar 2010

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Générique du film

réalisateur
Jack Long
producteur
Penni Jacques
George Johnson
caméra
Jack Long
David Geddes
Rudy Pentisch
son
Richard Patton
Robert Young
montage
George Johnson
montage sonore
John Knight
ré-enregistrement
Barry P. Jones
animation
Svend-Erik Eriksen
musique
Fred Stride
Dave Robbins

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