Network: CBC Television Network
Broadcast Run: 1965 to 1966
Broadcast Medium: Television
Aired Sunday nights at 10 PM for two summers, 1965 and 1966.
Producer Beryl Fox used this important time slot to feature documentaries from the United States, the UK and Canada. The Human Camera replaced This Hour Has Seven Days, one of the most famous shows on Canadian television, for two summers.
The format was simple: the filmmaker introduced his or her film while offering insight into its creation. Some of the programs originated on ABC, NBC, BBC or CBC.
Selected titles from 1965:
Crisis: Behind a Presidential Commitment, produced by Robert Drew
The Tunnel, on an escape from East Berlin, produced by Reuven Frank
Ibiza, Running Away Backwards, by Allan King
Chicago, produced by Denis Mitchell
Television And The World, produced by Richard Cawston
Biography Of A Bookie Joint, produced by Jay McMullen.
Selected titles from 1966:
Vietnam: Mills of the Gods by Beryl Fox
Frontiers of the Mind by Alan Landsburgh
The 700 Million, about China, by Patrick Watson
One Man’s Hunger by David Windlesham
Youth: In Search of Morality by Douglas Leiterman