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


In This Issue  :  Quinn Labs Mirrophonic Sound  :  Norman McLaren's Secret Thoughts  :  The Virgin Islands International Film Festival  :  The Roller Coaster Ride ( Ross McLean's Contribution to Broadcasting )  :  Promote Or Perish  :  Breathing Heavy ( Interview With Don Shebib )  :  Second Fiddle ( Interview With Peter Pearson )  :  Cold Journey ( Le Conflit D'Un Jeune Ameridien )  :  Home Movies  :  The Past, The Present And The Future ( Eliza's Horoscope's Editor Marguerite Corriveau )  :  Cinderella Story ( Fran & Gunter Henning Documentaries in Manitoba )  :  Clay Borris is Putting Cabbagetown on Film ( Toronto's 25 yr Old Filmaker )  :  Lies My Father Told Me ( Canadian Culture At It's Best )  :  Taking Chances ( Al Brown's Documentary on Sculptor Elizabeth Williamson )  :  Survey of Film Schools ( Algonquin College )  :  Book Shelf  :  Canadian Film Views  :  A View of Us ( American Actor Cliff Robertson on Canada )  :  Vancouver  :  From Our Readers  :  It's Technical  :  Super 8 Notes  :  Show Bits  :  A Modern Scripture ( Interview With Director Gordon Sheppard )  :  Classifieds

articles by:  Denise Romberg, James McLarty, Claudia Wittgens, Michael Ryval, Robert Hookey, P.M.Evanchuck, Martin Delisle, Rory Runnells, Betty Jane Wylie, James Forester, Myron Kowalchuk, Michael Rhodes, Nat Shuster, Edward Farrar, Les Wedman, Beverly Ensom


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