A Place to Stand

Arguably the most influential film to be produced for the Ontario Pavilion at Expo 67, this multi-image large-format film showcases life in Ontario without narration or dialogue. Chapman, the producer, director, cinematographer, and editor, shot over the course of two years in 70mm Technicolor. From the collection of the UNCSA Moving Image Archives.

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Director: Christopher Chapman

Country: Canada

Year: 1967

Running Time: 17 minutes

Rating: MT



Genres: Archive Film, Documentary, Free Screening, Short

Program/Section: From the Archives, Shorts




2:00pm April 26   |   UNCSA Gold   |   FREE SCREENING