And We Knew How to Dance: Women in World War I

And We Knew How to Dance: Women in World War I

                                    And We Knew How to Dance: Women in World War I
| 55 min
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This feature documentary profiles 12 Canadian women who entered the male-dominated world of munitions factories and farm labour during World War I. In 1994, aged 86 to 101, these women recall their wartime work experiences and the ways in which their commitment and determination helped lead the way to postwar social changes for women.

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  • director
    Maureen Judge
  • producer
    Silva Basmajian
  • executive producer
    Dennis Murphy
    John Taylor
  • cinematography
    Maurizio Belli
  • sound
    John Martin
    Aerlyn Weissman
  • editing
    Cathy Gulkin
  • sound editing
    Marta Nielsen-Hastings
  • re-recording
    Jean-Pierre Joutel
    Serge Boivin
  • music
    Aaron Davis

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  • catherinemccauley

    for S3 English and History

    catherinemccauley, 13 Feb 2013