|View of the Falls from the Canadian Side (2006)
A film commissioned by The Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto for it's Film is Dead - Long Live Film omnibus project. In 1896, William Heise photographed the first 35mm motion picture images of Canada at Niagara Falls. The 4 perforation camera system he used was designed and built by Thomas Edison and William K. Dickson. The stock was manufactured by George Eastman to Edisons’ specifications. This film was photographed using the same essential technology and is dedicated to the visionary ideas of those pioneers.
year(s) of production 2006