Klee Wyck

Klee Wyck

                                Klee Wyck
| 15 min

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This short documentary from the Canadian Artists series presents the art of Emily Carr, the Canadian painter who found exciting subject matter on British Columbia's Pacific Coast, with its giant trees and its Indigenous villages, totems and carvings. When Carr visited the Ucluelet Indian Reserve on Vancouver Island in 1898, the Nuu-chah-nulth people gave her the name Klee Wyck, meaning “Laughing One.” Her canvases are shown here amidst the landscapes and places where they were painted. At the end of the film Tse-shaht painter George Clutesi is pictured as Carr left her paintbrushes and other materials to him.

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Klee Wyck, Grant Crabtree, offert par l'Office national du film du Canada

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  • producteur
    Graham McInnes
  • scénario
    Graham McInnes
  • réalisateur
    Grant Crabtree
  • caméra
    Grant Crabtree
  • musique
    Maurice Blackburn
  • montage
    Cecily Sparks