Rain, Drizzle, and Fog

Rain, Drizzle, and Fog

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St.John's, Newfoundland is North America's most easterly landfall. For half a millennium, its perfect harbour has provided a safe refuge in the middle of the treacherous North Atlantic. For 300 years of its history it was an actual crime to try and settle--Newfoundland was the private preserve of British fishing merchants. But people stayed, despite the colonial masters, despite the lack of law and order, despite hellish weather and raging seas. And the city grew--lurching through centuries of crisis, disaster, privation. For filmmaker, Rosemary House, 'This is still a hard rock land, a dirty old town at the back of beyond. And yet the St.John's townie is so proud, you'd swear we lived in Paris.' In this documentary, she explores her city with the help of six locals, Mary Walsh, Andy Jones, Anita Best, Brian Hennessey, Ed Riche, Des Walsh, writers and performers all, who walk through their home town and try to show what makes them love it so.

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Rain, Drizzle, and Fog, Rosemary House, offert par l'Office national du film du Canada

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  • réalisateur
    Rosemary House
  • scénario
    Rosemary House
  • producteur
    Kent Martin
  • producteur exécutif
    Sally Bochner
  • cinématographie
    Nigel Markham
  • son
    Jim Rillie
  • montage
    Angela Baker
  • montage sonore
    Alex Salter
  • ré-enregistrement
    Jean Paul Vialard
  • musique
    Sandy Morris
    Jeff Johnston
  • participation
    Mary Walsh
    Andy Jones
    Anita Best
    Bryan Hennessey
    Des Walsh
    Edward Riche