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Decades back MOTION magazine was originated, edited and published by PETER EVANCHUCK with the invaluable assistance of James McLarty, Grant Patterson, Claudia Wittgens, Graeme Box and Anika Turk - MOTION covered exclusively CANADIAN FILM, THEATRE and TV and for almost ten years was and perhaps still is the only publication of its sort. Evanchuck, now in his elder years, intends to gather all issues, scan them and make them avialable to all interested persons - MOTION is a vital part of Canada's History and shouldn't be forgotten, Stay tuned.... more coming sooner than later...

BELOW is a taste of what each issue contains and a short excerpt from these historic articles::

Thursday, 8 December 2011

MOTION MAGAZINE Sept - Oct 1973

In This Issue  :  My Friends Will Tell You I'm Shy ( Interview With Pierre Burton - PART 1 )  :  Yes Virginia They're are Canadians ( List of Famous Canadians Working In TV & Movies )  :  The Outspoken Hector Ross  :  The Adventures of Stuntman ( Perspective From Shelby Gregory )  :  Calgary Wrangler ( Making 'BIG' Pictures In Alberta )  :  Montreal Film Scene  :  On Location - Alert Bay, B.C - With The 'InBreaker '  )  :  A Very Sound Man ( Sound Engineer Bill O'Neil From Quinn Labs )  :  A Total Of One ( Bob Huber's Revue Theater )  :  A View Of Us ( Leonard Frey's View of Working In Canada )  :  Animation Is Alive And Well At Sheridan  :  A National Dream ( CBC's Epic Drama )  :  A Mutual Affair ( Gordon Lightstone Talks About C0-Productions )  :  Would The Real Leonard Maltin Please Stand Up  :  Festivals ( A Brief Report On Canada's Participation In Various World Film Festivals )  :  From Our Readers  :  Canadian Filmview  :  Cine Bookshelf  :  It's Technical  :  Show Bits  :  A History of The Canadian Film Awards ( 1949 - 72 )  :  Montreal Season ( Looking at English Theater )  :  Theater Scene  :  Lennoxville -2 ( Theater Festival )  :  Ottawa The Power Of Positive Thinking ( The National Arts Center )  :  Winnipeg Season ( The Manitoba Theater Center )  :  Flickering Images 


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