Status quo? : the unfinished business of feminism in Canada /
written and directed by Karen Cho.
[Montreal] : National Film Board of Canada, [2013]
2 videodiscs (78 min.) : sound, color and black and white ; 4 3/4 in.
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[Montreal] : National Film Board of Canada, [2013]
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153C 9913 042
153C 9913 050
183C 9913 051
contents note
[Disc 1]. Status quo? -- [disc 2]. Special features.
credits note
Producer, Ravida Din ; associate producer, Stefanie Brantner ; director of photography, Katerine Giguère ; sound recordist, Lynne Trépanier ; editor, Barbara Brown ; original music, Lorraine Segato.
general note
Originally produced by National Film Board of Canada in 2012.
Special features: three thematic versions: Violence against women (36 min.) ; Abortion rights (34 min.) ; Childcare (30 min.).
Participants: Peggy Cooke, Merly Elumba, Martha Friendly, Sharon Gregson, Beverley Jacobs, Lee Lakeman, Simone Leibovitch, Charlene Sayo, Sunera Thobani, Ellen Woodsworth, Sabrina Bantog, Jaime Bantog, Caleigh Dunfield, Karen Groden, Ishama Harris, Barbara Legault, Carole Maillet, Evina Kee Shan Mak, Barbara Mills, Hung Nguyen, Aaron Roberts, Cherry Smiley, and others.
"Feminism has shaped the society we live in. But just how far has it brought us, and how relevant is it today? Status Quo? zeroes in on key concerns such as violence against women, access to abortion, and universal childcare, asking how much progress we have truly made on these issues. It uncovers answers that are provocative and at times shocking. Rich with archival material and startling contemporary stories, Status Quo? is crucial viewing for every Canadian, especially those unfamiliar with the vital achievements of the feminist movement. This striking, in-depth documentary pays homage to Canada's feminist forerunners and raises important questions about where and how we should move on from here."--Container.
language note
In English, with optional French subtitles; closed captioned.
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DVD ; NTSC ; 16:9 widescreen ; Dolby Digital 5.1, stereo 2.0.

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