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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 Vol.6 #4-5 1977

In This Issue  :  Werner Nold ( Editing the Olympic Film )  :  The Electronic Slice ( the new ENG )  :  Style ( The Documentary Film Editor - Piecing Together Truth )  :  Yves Dion ( interview with a film editor )  :  Stan Cole Hot Splicer  :  The Post House ( Editing in Vancouver )  :  Sound Opportunity  ( insight on sound editing )  :  Collision Course ( Notes on Outrageous )  :  Back Talk with Davis Cronenberg  :  Interview with Robin Spry  :  Lunchtime Madness ( A Look at  Bob McLean )  :  Animated Thoughts ( Animation in Canada Today)  :  On The Set of  'Silent Partners'  Garth Drabinsky's second feature film  :  Festival by Ron Mann ( A look at Film Festivals )  :  Entre L'Art ( Neuvieme Festival du Film Etudiant Canadien)  :  Free, Not Easy ( The Evolution of a West Coast Freelancer - Ron Orieux )  :  Finally a Feature from B.C. 'Sip Tracer' by Director Zale Dalen  :  10 Days To Show The  World ( at the 1977 Festival of Festivals )  :  Bilan D'Ottawa  '77 by Martin Delisle ( Festival International du Film D'Ottawa )  :  1977 Canadian Film Awards  :  Theater Scene ( A Year in Review )  :  Metal Messiah ( cover story - Stephen Zoller - writer/co-producer )  :  Super 8 Notes ( Single-System Sound )  :  From Our Readers  :  Show Bits  :  Canadian Film View  :

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