|Directed by Joan Fiore|
|Canada, 1969 (documentary, 150 minutes, English)|
"This is a documentary consisting of a portrait of a Toronto family filmed in and around its home and beach cottage. The program, based on 35,000 feet of film shot by a professional crew and prepared by the family, examines the need for togetherness, privacy and the relationship of the various family members. The family consists of film-maker Joan Fiore, her husband, Frank, a computer programmer at the Toronto Stock Exchange, and the children of Joan Fiore's first marriage; Michael, age 16; Karin Jo, age 13; and Angela, age 8."
-- Library and Archives Canada (source)
|Film Credits (partial):|
|Produced by:||Ross McLean|
|Film Editing:||Tom Berner|
|Production Company:||Canadian Broadcasting Corporation|