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Everything Will Be / National Film Board of Canada.

Publication:
[Montreal] : National Film Board of Canada, 2014.
Format/Description:
Government document
Video
1 streaming video file (86 min.) : digital, sound, color
Subjects:
Chinese Canadians -- British Columbia -- Vancouver.
Chinese -- British Columbia -- Vancouver.
Chinatown (Vancouver, B.C.)
Local subjects:
Cultural Diversity and Multiculturalism.
Urbanism.
Form/Genre:
Streaming video.
System Details:
digital
streaming video file
Summary:
As dawn breaks and most of the city still sleeps, the long-time merchants of Vancouverś Chinatown are hard at work. They haul out their produce stands and set up their makeshift vendor carts in preparation for what they hope will be a busy day. But, like many ethnic enclaves in urban centres across North America, their clientele is dwindling. This once vibrant and thriving neighbourhood is in flux as new condo developments and non-Chinese businesses move in and gradually overtake the declining hub of the Chinese community. Everything Will Be, from Sundance award-winning director Julia Kwan, captures this fascinating transformation through the intimate perspectives of the neighbourhoodś residents, diverse merchants and new entrepreneurs, who offer their poignant reflections on change, memory and legacy.
Notes:
Description from landing page (Film Platform, viewed October 2, 2015).
Contributor:
National Film Board of Canada.
OCLC:
910231203
Access Restriction:
Restricted for use by site license.
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