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Tells the story of the four idealistic young left-wingers who founded Canada’s historic folk group, The Travellers. Mentored and encouraged by folk legend Pete Seeger, The Travellers’ songs cemented cultural unity across a young, sprawling country. Featuring classic songs and rare archival footage from the early days of television, the film is an epic tour of folk music, Cold War politics, and the growth and disillusionment of the Left.
A co-production with The National Film Board of Canada
Broadcast on History and Bravo! Distributed worldwide by Media Headquarters.
Length: 60 minutes
Broadcaster: History, Bravo!
Award: US Premiere, Lincoln Centre Film Festival - Opening Night, Toronto Jewish Film Festival - Closing Night Gala, Montreal and Vancouver Jewish Film Festival - Winner, Columbus International Film Festival