High Tide in Newfoundland

High Tide in Newfoundland

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This 1950s account of the Newfoundland fishing industry shows equipment and methods of fishing. The film also documents the processing and marketing of fish. A record of the problems confronting fishermen in Newfoundland during the past, it also serves as a comparison with present-day Newfoundland fishing.

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High Tide in Newfoundland, Grant McLean, provided by the National Film Board of Canada

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  • director
    Grant McLean
  • script
    Grant McLean
  • producer
    Nicholas Balla
  • photography
    Donald Wilder
  • sound
    Clarke Daprato
  • editing
    Fergus McDonell
    Marion Meadows
  • sound editing
    Peter Jones
  • music
    Eldon Rathburn
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