- Press Reviews
Scattering of Seeds explores Canada's past through deeply
personal accounts of differing sets of immigrants."
"A rare feel-good series about our country."
an evocative anthology of personal stories which tell Canadian
tales, not through great men, but through the unsung heroes who,
in their own sometimes very small ways, helped build a great nation."
Toronto Star - January 14, 1998
Something from Nothing is a compelling look at a family whose
story will remind many viewers of their own ancestral history."
Calgary Herald - January 12, 1998
calls it a 'celebration of diversity' - 13 half-hour films about
specific and personal immigrant experiences, told by a collection
of established film-makers who have a personal stake in the history
they're relating. It's about people who have gambled on Canada
and reaped rewards for themselves and their adopted country."
Ottawa Citizen - January 14, 1998
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