Bevel Up (Trailer)

Bevel Up (Trailer)

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Bevel Up follows street nurses as they reach out to people working in the sex trade, and people who use drugs in the alleys and hotels of Vancouver’s inner city. Most importantly the nurses reflect on the attitudes they bring to their work—attitudes that can make or break their relationships with the people to whom they provide practical, non-judgemental health care on a daily basis.

The Bevel Up Educational Playlists offer viewers a dynamic way to learn through more than four hours of additional footage, interviews and a Teachers Guide. The interactive resource gives students and instructors in the healthcare field access to the experiences of practitioners who work with people who use drugs in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside.

For more information, images, and clips, click here.

This film deals with mature subject matter. Viewer discretion is advised.

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Credits
  • director
    Nettie Wild
  • editor
    Michael Brockington
  • director of photography
    Kirk Tougas
  • producer
    Fiona Gold
    Juanita Maginley
    Betsy Carson
    Nettie Wild
    Svend-Erik Eriksen
  • executive producer
    Rina Fraticelli
  • production team
    Caroline Brunt
    Fiona Gold
    Liz James
    Elaine Jones
    Janine Stevenson
  • location sound
    Jeff Henschel
    Jon Ritchie
    Kirk Tougas
  • re-recording mixer
    Dean Giammarco
    Ewan Deane
  • sound editor
    Jeff Davis
    Christine McLeod

  • None

    What a bunch of amazing , caring and inspirational Nurses. ♥️

    None, 14 May 2019
  • None

    This documentary is the reason I started working on the DTES. It gave me inspiration at a young age and drove my nursing career to where I am today. Helping the people that need it the most.

    None, 12 May 2019
  • SerenityRanch

    Serenity ranch addiction treatment centre is thinking of getting this film it looks good.

    SerenityRanch, 8 Jul 2011