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Cataract & Forks of the Credit

Filmed as a history project for Sheridan College in November 1977, this was the first and only Black & White open reel video that I have shot.

Shot on Sony V-30D Helical Scan Video Tape on a ‘Portable’ Sony Video Recorder with Battery Pack and separate Camera, it was edited on the same tape. A copy was dubbed to VHS back in Feb 1978, but that copy is likely lost – last at the Sheridan College Library in Oakville.

This is the first time I have watched this video since 1978 when it was dubbed. It is cheesy, low quality and reminiscent of an Adam F. Goldberg production. The music is over dramatic, and my narration is equally dramatic, but it’s a neat lost piece found again, and the story of Cataract & The Forks of the Credit is interesting.

Updated: November 21, 2019 — 9:09 pm


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  1. I really enjoyed the film about Cataract and the Forks of the Credit. It was very interesting and the narration was well done. I think the music score was very good and gave the film energy. Especially the Goldfinger theme.
    Shawna O’Neill

    1. Thanks Shawna. It was fun to make back then, and I do love how it preserved the history of the area.

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