A Friend for Supper

A Friend for Supper

| 10 min

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In this short film made during World War II, a teacher explains how children in Russia, China and occupied Europe are going hungry and how Canada is helping to remedy the situation.

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A Friend for Supper, Gudrun Bjerring, provided by the National Film Board of Canada

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  • direction
    Gudrun Bjerring
  • camera
    Denis Gillson
  • sound
    Clarke Daprato
  • editor
    Helen Lewis
  • music editor
    Jack Kash
  • producer
    Graham McInnes

  • rambleonrose

    I have always found that the children from countries left out at the table speaks as much as those present; namely, the belligerent countries--Germany, Italy, Japan.

    rambleonrose, 28 Mar 2016

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