high steel by don owen
Director:Don Owen Year:1965 Run Time:13min This short documentary offers a dizzying view of the Mohawk people of Kahnawake who work in Manhattan erecting the steel frames of skyscrapers. Famed for their skill in working with steel, the Mohawks demonstrate their nimble abilities in the sky. High Steel FolkstreamsHigh Steel (1965) This short documentary offers a dizzying view of the Mohawk Indians of Kahnawake who work in Manhattan erecting the steel frames of skyscrapers. Famed for their skill in working with steel, the Mohawks demonstrate their nimble abilities in the sky. As a counterbalance, the viewer is also allowed a peek at their quieter community life on the Kahnawake Reserve, in Quebec.
Don Owen, 1966. Paddle to the Sea William Mason, 1966. Octopus Hunt Bernard Devlin, 1965. High Steel Don Owen, 1965. 23 Skidoo Julian Biggs, 1965. Buster Keaton Rides Again John Spotton, 1965. The Railrodder Gerald Potterton, 1965. Canada - Fibres, Yarns and Fabrics Gordon Sparling, 1963. National Film Board of CanadaIn honour of the NFBs 80th anniversary, our collection curators have carefully hand-picked a selection of films that represent our contribution to the canon of Canadian culture. The Compleat Traveller:February 2012Feb 27, 2012 · High Steel, by Don Owen, 1965, 13 min 47 sec High Steel is a short documentary offering a dizzying view of the Mohawk Indians of Kahnawake (pron:Gun-na-wa-ga) who work in Manhattan erecting the steel frames of skyscrapers.
High Steel. Don Owen . 1965 13 min The Best Damn Fiddler from Calabogie to Kaladar. Peter Pearson . 1968 49 min Pour la suite du monde (English Version) Pierre Perrault & Michel Brault . 2006 1 h 45 min I'll Find a Way. Beverly Shaffer . 1977 Work Work Work Work Watch 5 Films This Labour Day Sep 01, 2017 · High Steel, Don Owen, provided by the National Film Board of Canada. Monotony at Work. Jean-François Lévesques award winning animated short, The Necktie (2008), critiques the monotony and routine of a dead-end job.Years pass, and boredom replaces all aspirations for our protagonist, Valentin, until an old accordion emerges from the depths of a closet.High Steel (1965) - IMDbDirected by Don Owen. With Don Francks. A very engaging short documentary of how a native Indian from Quebec works building skyscrapers in New York City, with breathtaking shots of walking on narrow beams 25 stories in the air, as well as a chilling recounting of the death of numerous Indian iron workers building a bridge in Quebec in the early part of the century.