Remember Africville

Remember Africville

| 35 min

Africville, a small black settlement, lay within the city limits of Halifax, Nova Scotia. In the 1960s, the families who lived there were uprooted and their homes demolished in the name of urban renewal and integration. Now, more than twenty years later, the site of the community of Africville is a stark, under-utilized park. Former residents, their descendants and some of the decision-makers, speak out and, with the help of archival photographs and films, tell the story of that painful relocation.

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  • réalisateur
    Shelagh Mackenzie
  • producteur
    Daryl Gray
    Shelagh Mackenzie
  • producteur exécutif
    Germaine Ying Gee Wong
    Sami Fareed Ahmed
  • caméra
    Kent Nason
    André Gariépy
  • son
    Arthur McKay
  • montage
    Shelagh Mackenzie
    Kent Nason
    Eric Campbell
  • montage sonore
    Alex Salter
  • mixage
    Howard England
  • narrateur
    Delvina Bernard
  • musique
    Scott MacMillan