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| 14 min

This short film highlights how the sport of lacrosse, which has changed little over time, is regaining popularity. Watch how the game is played, how lacrosse sticks are made by Mohawks at a factory in Cornwall, and how the Canadian Lacrosse Association helps instruct teams.

  • writer
    Douglas Jackson
  • director
    Douglas Jackson
  • editor
    Douglas Jackson
  • photography
    Josef Seckeresh
  • original music
    Ken Campbell
  • music editing
    Douglas Donald
  • sound effects
    Marguerite Payette
  • recording
    Ted Haley
    Ron Alexander
    Roger Lamoureux
  • producer
    Walford Hewitson
    Douglas Jackson


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