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Published on Apr 20, 2014
Where does one even start? This film was an award winner but it is really, really dated. The synthesizer music used is cheezy!
It is interesting how Vancouver was trying to present itself to the world. I have to wonder where this film was intended to be shown and who might have seen it in 1976 when it came out.
Film is a promotional film for the city of Vancouver. The film won several awards at film festivals including: Chris Plaque - Best Travel Film, at Columbus International Film Festival; a Special Jury Award at the San Francisco International Film Festival; the Canuck Award - 2nd Place Best Canadian Travel Film, Canadian Travel Association; a Bronze Award at the Film and Television Festival of New York; and a Certificate of Merit - Recreation at the Chicago International Film Festival.
Producer and director of photography: Robert S. Rodvik Director and supervising editor: Michael J. Collier Original music composed and arranged by Ralph Dyck Narrator: Art Hives Narration script: Keith Cutler
Sponsored by Greater Vancouver Convention and Visitors Bureau