Finding Canadian Film Part 1 - an interview with Unobstructed View
This week, it’s another two-parter and we speak with CEO Jonathan Gross and VP Distribution and Marketing, Kerry Kupecz of Unobstructed View!
We’re often complaining on the show about how difficult is to find Canadian film - and distribution company Unobstructed View is partnering with some of the best folks in the business to bring you the content you crave - including previously hard to find Can Con.
This week, we have two fictional films - Face Off (1971) and The Grey Fox (1982). Both of these films are must watches. Face Off is Art Hindle’s film debut and is a wild ride - filled with actual NHL hockey players and vintage footage as well as a bananas “Love Story” plot. We loved it.
The Grey Fox is vital to Canadian film - and kickstarted the film boom in BC. Based on the story of “The Gentleman Bandit” this film was previously unavailable but has been fully restored by Kino Lorber and is coming out soon. It features Richard Farnsworth and our favourite - Jackie Burroughs!
All films are available to watch right now on iTunes or buy the physical media on the Unobstructed View Website!