Canada Cinema

Canada Cinema

CULTURE: CINEMA Severe censorship and US dominance, still persisting, in distribution and theaters conditioned local cinema in the first decades. In 1939, with the creation of the Office National du Film, the state set out to “introduce Canada to Canadians” through educational and didactic films. Paradoxically, the first management positions were entrusted to two foreigners: […]

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Canada Arts

Canada Arts

With the colonization of the country, European architectural forms were imported into Canada, but some local characteristics soon developed within this import culture, such as country houses and churches with steeply sloping roofs. In the English period (1763-1867) both the Regency style and the North American Georgian style were established, while in the second half […]

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