Wood Mountain Poems

Wood Mountain Poems

| 28 min

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In this short documentary, Canadian poet Andrew Suknaski introduces us to Wood Mountain, the south central Saskatchewan village he calls home. In between musings on his poetry, which is tinged with nostalgia and the vast loneliness of the plains, the poet discusses the area’s multicultural background and Native heritage, as well as the customs and stories of these various ethnic groups.

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Wood Mountain Poems, Harvey Spak, provided by the National Film Board of Canada

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  • director
    Harvey Spak
  • producer
    Tom Radford
  • executive producer
    Michael Scott
  • cinematography
    Robert Reece
  • editing
    Robert Reece
  • sound
    Leon Johnson
  • sound editing
    John Knight
  • music
    Roger Deegan

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