Winter kept us warm

Winter kept us warm [videorecording] / scenario, production and direction by David Secter. - Toronto : Varsity Films, 1965. - 1 videocassette (81 min.) : sd., b&w ; 1/2 in. (VHS)

Music, Paul Hoffert ; additional dialogue, Ian Porter, John Clute and cast ; photography, Robert Fresco and Ernest Meershoek ; sound, Donald Ogner, editing, Michael Foytenyi, George Appleby ; executive producer, Ronald B. Thomson. Music, Paul Hoffert ; additional dialogue, Ian Porter, John Clute and cast ; photography, Robert Fresco and Ernest Meershoek ; sound, Donald Ogner, editing, Michael Foytenyi, George Appleby ; executive producer, Ronald B. Thomson.

John Labow, Henry Tarvainen, Joy Tepperman, Janet Amos, Ian Ewing, Jack Messinger, Larry Greenspan, Sol Mandelsohn, David Pape, Eric James, Eric Rump, Bob Silverman, Bob McCallum and the men of Sir Daniel Wilson Residence.

Filmed over the 1964-65 school year with an eight thousand-dollar budget, funded in part by the University of Toronto student council and personal debt and featuring a cast of students - the four leads had acted with Hart House Theatre - the film deals with a shy, awkward freshman, Peter, coming to the U. of T. He is befriended by Doug, a popular student, who takes him under his wing until Peter begins a relationship with Sandra whom he met during auditions with the drama club. An ambiguous homosexuality is implied in the relationship between Doug and Peter.

General


Students--Drama.--Ontario--Toronto


Feature films
Foreign films--Canada.

PN1997 / .W56 1965

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