Jack Hodgins'Island

Jack Hodgins'Island

| 56 min

One of Canada's most exciting new literary talents, West Coast author Jack Hodgins talks about his world and his work. Using passages from his short stories and novels, the film enters the world of logging camps and saloons, of people and events on Vancouver Island. At times serious, sometimes hilarious, other times introspective, it is a reflection of a storyteller who writes about what goes on around him.

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Jack Hodgins'Island, Robert Duncan, provided by the National Film Board of Canada

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  • director
    Robert Duncan
  • producer
    Don Hopkins
    Robert Duncan
  • executive producer
    George Johnson
  • cinematography
    Ron Orieux
  • sound
    Robert Young
  • editing
    Bruce Giesbrecht
  • re-recording
    Barry P. Jones
  • music
    J. Douglas Dodd