Van's Camp

Van's Camp

Fishermen fly in from the concrete jungles of New York and Chicago to Lac La Ronge in northern Saskatchewan for "the best freshwater fishing in the world." In a few days they want to catch the biggest and the most. Five or six plane-loads of fishermen arrive every day during the peak season, all with this same ambition. Indigenous guides, on the receiving end of the pressure, feel they have to go on strike occasionally. Van Bliss, the bluff and affable host of the camp, is caught in the middle of this head-on meeting between two vastly different cultures.

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Van's Camp, Les Rose et Donald Brittain, offert par l'Office national du film du Canada

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  • réalisateur
    Les Rose
    Donald Brittain
  • producteur
    Les Rose
    Donald Brittain
  • photographie
    Richard Leiterman
  • son
    James McCarthy
  • montage sonore
    John Knight