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Here are all the Film entries in Cantonese: Cedar and Bamboo. Or, we can ask who makes films in Cantonese? Producer Chinese Canadian Historical Society of British Columbia. How many films are currently in the Documentary genre? 16.
Here's all the Film entries in the Animation genre:
- Roses Sing on New Snow (2002) - Based on a best seller book (1991) by noted children and adult Chinese Canadian author, Paul Yee. http://www.asiancanadianwiki.org/frame/?l=http%3A//www.paulyee.ca/ (2) Directed by Yuan Zhang.
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Here are the entries in Documentary made in 2007:
- Generations: The Chan Legacy (2007) - This episode of CBC's "Generations" series profiles the Chan family, whose Canadian roots go back seven generations, beginning with the Reverend Chan Yu Tan and his wife who came to Canada in 1896 to "spread the gospel." Directed by Halva Kuchmij.
- I am the Canadian Delegate (2007) - About Douglas Jung (1924-2002), a World War II veteran and the first Chinese Canadian member of the House of Commons. Directed by Wesley Lowe.
- Up the Yangtze (2007) - Focuses on people affected by the building of the Three Gorges Dam across the Yangtze river in Hubei, China. Directed by Yung Chang.
What's the timeline of films?
Who's worked with who?