Vistas: Crossing the Line

Vistas: Crossing the Line

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Filmmaker Tracey Deer's short film turns the politics and conflicts of a playground sandbox into an allegory for the way nations treat one another, and the borders seem to do more harm than good.

Vistas is a series of 13 short films on nationhood from 13 Indigenous filmmakers from Halifax to Vancouver. It was a collaborative project between the NFB and APTN to bring Indigenous perspectives and stories to an international audience.

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Vistas: Crossing the Line, Tracey Deer, offert par l'Office national du film du Canada

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  • réalisateur
    Tracey Deer
  • écriture
    Tracey Deer
    Cynthia Knight
  • interprète
    Zack Martin
    William Monette
    Karon:iase Bruin Montour
  • figurant
    Chase Brascoup
    Dean Brascoup
  • directeur de la photographie
    Paul Taylor
  • monteur
    Carl Freed
  • musique
    Alain Auger
  • preneur de son
    Toby Richardson
  • perchiste
    Tod Van Dyk
  • consultant en 3D
    Bill White
    Gary Isaacs
  • créateur du story-board
    Jonathan Ng
  • 1er assistant à la réalisation
    Geoffrey Uloth
  • contribution à l'écriture
    Marie Beaulieu
  • 2e assistant à la réalisation
    Jason Lee
  • None
    Claude Fortin
    Bradley Jonasson
    Geoffrey Mitchell
  • machiniste de plateau
    Carlo Secchiaroli
    Alain Croix
  • 1er assistant caméraman
    Nicolas Marion
  • costumier
    Suzana Fischer
  • maquilleur
    Laurie Jackson
  • conception visuelle
    Donna Noonan
  • accessoires
    Christopher Johnstone
  • technicien d'image numérique
    Lawrence Lafetière
  • assistant de production
    Stephanie Scott
  • coordonnateur des jeunes
    Susannah Heath-Eves
    Meghan Maike
    Stephanie Scott
  • régisseur
    Angie Pepper Obomsawin
  • monteur en ligne
    Denis Pilon
  • titres
    Gaspard Gaudreau
  • conception sonore
    Don Ayer
  • enregistrement du bruitage
    Karla Baumgardner
  • recherchiste de son
    Meghan Maike
  • prise de son au bruitage
    Luc Léger
  • coordonnateur de production
    Camila Blos
    Heather Gibb
    Christine Williams
  • administrateur de programme
    Stephanie Brown
    Cyndi Forcand
  • agent, marketing
    Leslie Stafford
  • superviseur technique
    Steve Hallé
    Scott Collins
  • superviseur montage numérique
    Danielle Raymond
  • technicien montage numérique
    Isabelle Painchaud
  • équipe 3D
    Marylin Drolet
    Munro Ferguson
    Susan Gourley
    Paul Kroitor
    Maral Mohammadian
    David Verrall
  • producteur
    Kat Baulu
    Joe MacDonald
    Vanessa Loewen
  • producteur associé
    Dara Moats
  • producteur exécutif
    Derek Mazur
    Peter Strutt
  • jansapp007

    I am showing films such as these to my writing class who are then assigned a challenge task: Write a minimum of 5 sentences (using simple, compound, complex/compound sentences) in your written response to the film. After the film is shown, we discuss the themes and ideas, then we freewrite for 10 minutes. Students develop their organized para. at home and turn in for an assignment. On this past Friday, I had no absences and no tardies! Video Power!

    jansapp007, 27 Fév 2011
  • uwasawaya

    This short film had a surprising degree of 'shock' in the ending; it makes such a strong point because it was just so completely illogical. The response of the second lad coming to the aid of the first, both brunettes, when the very blond bully sort was predictable. What took me by complete surprise was that the 'defender/protector' then turned on the first child in exactly the same manner that the first bully had done. Very smart production. It is all just so sad, such a waste of life and potential, and causes so much pain when people draw those lines in the sand. We all got here the same way, we all leave the same way and while we are here, we all need and basically want the same things. National borders are simply artificial boundaries put in place by 'someone' who wants/ed to protect their turf...when it was never theirs to protect in the first place. It would be so simple if everyone born on this planet could view it and themselves as just part of the whole and not as being the most important part of some fragment of the human family. We are all native Earthlings and viewing each other with suspicion and/or fear based on variety in appearance or language is just so shallow. As humans, we seem to treasure variety in everything except each other. Wow; this short production still has me a little boggled.

    uwasawaya, 3 Fév 2011