Who Gets In?

Who Gets In?

| 52 min

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Who Gets In? explores the many questions raised by Canada's immigration policy in the face of one of the world's largest immigration movements. Shot in 1988 in Africa, Canada and Hong Kong, the film reveals first-hand what Canadian immigration officials are looking for in potential new Canadians, and the economic, social and political priorities orienting their choices.

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Who Gets In? , Barry Greenwald, provided by the National Film Board of Canada

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  • director
    Barry Greenwald
  • producer
    Michael Scott
  • executive producer
    John Taylor
  • script
    Steve Lucas
  • cinematography
    Len Gilday
  • sound
    Victor Gamble
    Ian Hendry
  • editing
    Manfred Becker
  • sound editing
    Robin Leigh
  • narrator
    Ann Medina