Keeping the Home Fires Burning
Add to selectionDownload PDF
 

Keeping the Home Fires Burning is a videotape about women, war, work and unions in British Columbia. It is also a candid, humourus and detailed chronicle of Canadian women's work during World War Two, including interviews, archival film footage, "agit-prop" dramatization and music.

1987
Canada
49:52
Original language
English

Share

Facebook Twitter

Credits

Direction
Sara Diamond
Participants
Ruth Bullock
Betty Griffin
Gladys Hilland
Alice Person
Jonnie Rankin
Screenplay
Sara Diamond
Camera
Shirley Claydon
Sara Diamond
Kellie Marlowe
Sound
Lisa Hebert
Sue Jenkins
Research
Shirley Claydon
Sara Diamond
Anne Gillespie
Catherine MacLeod
Kellie Marlowe
Nancy Pollak
Production
Sara Diamond
Women's Labour History Project

Technical information

Color
Color
Sound
Mono
Stereo
Keywords
Woman, Work, Union, Activism, War