Waiting for Caroline

Waiting for Caroline is a 1967 Canadian drama film directed by Ron Kelly and starring Alexandra Stewart, François Tassé, and William Needles.[1] It was produced by the National Film Board of Canada and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, as their first-ever joint production.[2]

Waiting for Caroline
Directed byRon Kelly
Written byGeorge C. Robertson
Ron Kelly
Produced byWalford Hewitson
StarringAlexandra Stewart
François Tassé
William Needles
CinematographyDenis Gillson
Edited byBarrie Howells
Music byEldon Rathburn
The Jaybees
Production
company
Release date
  • 1967 (1967)
Running time
84 minutes
CountryCanada
LanguageEnglish

The film was a Canadian Film Award nominee for Best Feature Film at the 20th Canadian Film Awards in 1968.[3]

PremiseEdit

Caroline (Alexandra Stewart) is torn between two cultures, the English-speaking community of Vancouver where she grew up and the French-speaking Québec where she is currently living. Her uncertainty extends to her lovers, Peter (Robert Howay) from Vancouver who wants to take her home and Marc (François Tassé) from Québec who would like to continue their pleasant, if inconclusive affair.

CastEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Gerald Pratley, A Century of Canadian Cinema. Lynx Images, 2003. ISBN 1-894073-21-5. p. 233.
  2. ^ "CBC, Film Board start their first joint feature". The Globe and Mail, January 5, 1967.
  3. ^ Wendy Michener, "Dief: Best actor?". The Globe and Mail, May 22, 1968.

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