North Boys: The Story of Jimmy and Charlie

“North Boys: The Story of Jimmy and Charlie”

Treepot Media is pleased to announce “North Boys”, a documentary collaboration with filmmakers Lucy van Oldenbarneveld and Laura Cabott.

Charlie Pete of Lower Post BC, led a sometimes tortured and troubled life. So did his friend Jimmy Dennis. As children, both were taken away from their home on the same day in 1944. And they never saw their families again. Since then their lives have never been the same.  Now in their mid 70s, these men have never given up.

Second Shooter Productions presents

North Boys: The story of Jimmy and Charlie

Directed by Lucy van Oldenbarneveld

Produced by Lucy van Oldenbarneveld, Laura Cabott

Written by Lucy van Oldenbarneveld, Laura Cabott

Edited by Jith Paul, Treepot Media

Camera  Wayne Vallevand

Additional Camera  Laura Cabott, Cathie Archbould

Editorial Advisor: Michael Ostroff

Music Composer: Edmund Eagan

Audio Post Production: Twlefth Root

Research: Margot Clarke

 

Trailer:


UPDATES:

The Yukon Film Society’s Local Light Cinema Night, November 29, 2012.

National Broadcast premiere, CBC’s Documentary digital channel, Thursday November 8th, 2012 at 6pm and 10pm EST.

Screens at the One World Film Festival, October 12/2012 at Library & Archives Canada.

Broadcast Television Premiere: CBC Ottawa Saturday August 18th.

The official trailer for North Boys will be screened at Treepot2 in Ottawa on March 29th.

Selected for screening at the Dawson City International Shot Film Festival, April 5-8, 2012.

Nominated for 3 award categories at the Yorkton Film Festival May 24-27, 2012.  DirectorDocumentary Social-Political and Emerging Filmmaker

**Winner, Founder’s Award, Yorkton Film Festival 2012

Press: Article about the movie and the Ottawa screening – Dandelion Days

Press: Yorkton News - Residential school doc wins accolades by Jeff Sloychuk

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