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Wild at Heart

The Films of Nettie Wild

by (author) Mark Harris & Claudia Medina

Anvil Press Publishers
Initial publish date
Dec 2009
Direction & Production
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    Publish Date
    Dec 2009
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Pacific Cinematheque Monograph Series #2 features Nettie Wild, one of the leading documentarians working in Western Canadian cinema today. Her work and her interests span the globe and also encompass issues of regional interest to the broader Western Canadian/British Columbian community. She is best known for her feature length documentary films, 'A Place Called Chiapas' (1998), 'A Rustling of Leaves: Inside the Philippine Revolution' (1989/90), and 'Blockade' (1993). 'A Place Called Chiapas' won the 1999 Genie Award for Best Canadian Feature Documentary and has played theatrically in over 100 cities in cinemas across North America.

About the authors

Rev. Mark Harris is currently a pastor in Halifax, NS. His most recent project is The Light That Lives in Darkness (Gaspereau Press, 2004), a collaborative effort with New Brunswick artist Dan Steeves.

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