Kim Campbell Through the Looking Glass

Kim Campbell Through the Looking Glass

                                Kim Campbell Through the Looking Glass
| 1 h 10 min

This feature documentary is a portrait of Kim Campbell, who won the Tory leadership after Brian Mulroney's resignation and became Canada's nineteenth prime minister in 1993. She called an election, and two and a half months later led the Progressive Conservatives to the biggest defeat of any major political party in Canadian history. This film documents the doomed campaign through never-before-seen interviews with Campbell, her family, colleagues and members of the media. They reflect on what brought such a hopeful candidacy to such an astounding upset.

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  • director
    Michel Jones
  • producer
    Silva Basmajian
  • executive producer
    Louise Lore
  • narrator
    Ann Marie MacDonald
  • cinematographer
    Joan Hutton
  • editor
    Greg West
  • music - composition
    André Vincelli
  • sound recordist
    Chris Aikenhead
    Brian Dupuis
    Brent Haliskie
    Keith Henderson
    Michael Kennedy
    Justine Pimlott
    Adrian Tucker
    Art Young
  • visual research
    Tanya Fleet
  • sound editor
    Alison Clark
    Elma Bello
  • re-recording
    Tom Blaney