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Title: North American free trade
Authors: Métavidea Associates
Radio-Québec
Vision TV
Gjerstad, O.
Flemington, P.
Rampen, L.
MacDonald, F.
Montgomery, M.
Keywords: MASS MEDIA
CULTURAL INDUSTRY
ACCULTURATION
FREE TRADE
INTERNATIONAL TRADE
PRIVATIZATION
COMPETITIVENESS
MEXICO
UNITED STATES
MUSIC
PERFORMERS
URBAN AREAS
QUEBEC
POLITICAL ASPECTS
APARTHEID
DEMOCRACY
SOUTH AFRICA
CHILDREN
ADOLESCENTS
BLACKS
THEATRE
Date: 1993
Publisher: Vision TV, Toronto, ON, CA
Series/Report no.: North South series; 113
Abstract: Video consists of four parts: part one (North American free trade, ca. 16 min.) examines the potential impact of the North American Free Trade Agreement on the Mexican entertainment and cultural industry; part two (ca. 7 min.) examines the Sunday drumming sessions held during the summer in Montreal's Mount Royal Park; part three (ca. 10 min) examines the music of South African performer Johnny Clegg as well as that country's current political situation; part four (ca. 19 min.) examines the South African song and dance troupe called Save the Children, which is composed of children from the poor black townships.
Description: Host: F. MacDonald
Executive producer: P. Flemington
Series produced by: L. Rampen
Narrators: M. Montgomery and B. Proulx
Series produced by Métavidea for Vision TV
Also available in 3/4" master tape
ARCVC copy #2 in VHS, PAL format
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/14573
Access: IDRC Only
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