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Yellowknife Films
N-1992-219 · Accession · 1981

In 1981, Yellowknife Films and CBC North co-produced a film documenting the community in Yellowknife known as Willow Flats. Willow Flats is located on the edge of Old Town Yellowknife and is noted for its residents who maintain a pioneer lifestyle. The film was directed and produced by Alan Booth and was narrated by Patty K. Hamilton. The film includes views of the Willow Flats area, and interviews with residents discussing their views of their lifestyle. "Willow Flats" has an approximate running time of 11 minutes and 30 seconds.

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Yellowknife Films
N-1988-034 · Accession · 1983

The film is entitled "A Fishing Tale," and was produced in 1983. The film is in colour and is 27 minutes in length; it depicts the commercial fishing culture on Great Slave Lake and documents fishing operations in both the winter and summer months and shows how the difficult environment affects the lives of those employed in the fishing industry.

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Yellowknife Films
N-1988-020 · Accession · 1984

They are entitled: (:0001) "Ice Roads" (27 minutes), (:0002) "Colville Lake" (28 minutes), (:0003) "A Fishing Tale" (28 minutes). Ice Roads features John Denison, Dick Robinson, and Marvin Robinson.

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