Globe and Mail: Why Goin’ Down the Road is the North Star for Canadian filmmakers

April 20, 2017

In this Globe and Mail piece, rising director Albert Shin offers his thoughts on how Donald Shebib’s film inspired a new generation of homegrown artists.

On April 19, National Canadian Film Day, TIFF launched its Canada on Screen Catalogue, a digital space designed to provide Canadians with an opportunity to immerse themselves in 150 essential homegrown films, ranging from recent works such as Xavier Dolan’s Mommy (2014) to classics such as Donald Shebib’s Goin’ Down the Road (1970).

Head over to the Globe and Mail to read more.

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