Fogo Films Revisited

Lay Summary 

In 1967 film makers from the National Film Board of Canada and Memorial University's Extension Service made a series of films on Fogo Island. As they made the films they developed a technique for using film as a community development. It became known as the "Fogo Process" and was implemented in rural areas in many parts of the world. This project is a documentary film which documents the development of the process and examines its legacy,

Departments 
History
Funding 
Accelerator Fund for Public Engagement
Communities 
Fogo Island
St. John's
Locations 
Newfoundland and Labrador
Themes 
Public engagement
Industry Sectors 
Universities
Performing Arts, Spectator Sports and Related Industries
Motion Picture and Sound Recording Industries
Start date 
1 Jan 2016
End date 
31 Oct 2018