A Crack in the Pavement: Digging In

This short documentary follows students from Toronto's Jesse Ketchum School as they take steps towards the greening of their schoolyard. Along the way they get how-to advice and inspiration from kids across the country; from Pauline Public School, where students raised $10,000, to Broadacres School, where a family of wild ducks found a home in their pond.

A Crack in the Pavement is a two-part video set that shows children, teachers and parents how they can work together to 'green' their school grounds and make positive changes in their communities

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Film Credits

director
Jane Churchill
Gwynne Basen
cinematographer
Jim Aquila
location sound
Ross Redfern
picture editor
Ewa Turska
sound editor
Tony Reed
graphics
Sophia Southam
animation
Sophia Southam
original music
Chris Crilly
re-recording
Jean Paul Vialard
research
Jane Churchill
producer
Michael Fukushima

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