The People at Dipper

The People at Dipper

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A 1966 film showing life among the Chipewyan Indians of a reserve in northern Saskatchewan, where new ways of living do not conflict with traditional activities. The film pictures the life of Moise MacIntyre, who could leave if he wished, but is satisfied with the lake and its fish and the game in the woods around. Far from rich in the monetary sense, these people have a feeling of community that makes up for what they otherwise lack.

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  • director
    Richard Gilbert
    Jack Ofield
  • photography
    Don Virgo
  • film editor
    Dennis Sawyer
  • commentary
    Stanley Jackson
  • sound editor
    Pierre Bernier
  • re-recording
    George Croll
  • producer
    Richard Gilbert

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