Kevin Alec

Kevin Alec

| 16 min

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In the mountainous country near Lillooet, British Columbia, eleven-year-old Kevin Alec of the Fountain Indian Reserve learns to make fishnets with his grandfather, and skin and tan hides with his aunt. He goes fishing with his grandmother and horseback riding with his brother. Life is full of wonderful things to do and to learn. Will Kevin eventually abandon his traditional way of life or will it be a source of continuing enrichment? This film is part of the Children of Canada series.

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Kevin Alec, Beverly Shaffer, provided by the National Film Board of Canada

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  • director
    Beverly Shaffer
  • producer
    Yuki Yoshida
  • executive producer
    Kathleen Shannon
  • photography
    Jan-Marie Martell
  • sound
    Lorna Rasmussen
  • editing
    Ginny Stikeman
  • sound editing
    Jackie Newell
  • re-recording
    Michel Descombes

  • MarleneFul

    His father taught him well what beautiful children.I think about all the children that were removed from their loving family like this family when I watch this.

    MarleneFul, 26 Aug 2018

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