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now streaming on CBCDocs POV and the CBC Gem app

Produced and Written by

Alison Duke and Ngardy Conteh George

Directed by Ngardy Conteh George

Featuring Winston Larose 

 

MR JANE AND FINCH: A beloved 80-year-old Guyanese-Canadian activist Winston LaRose, who has documented the Black community throughout the African Diaspora for the past 60 years throws his hat into local politics and is met with unflinching systemic racism in the Canadian political system. This film gives an insider perspective of Black community activism in Canada.

*Winner of two Canadian Screen Awards, Donald Brittain Award for Best Social/Political Documentary and Best Writing, Documentary (2020)

Documentary Runtime: 45mins

4K│Colour │Canada

shorts

from the archives of mr. winston larose, some of his key moments explored through these short documentaries.

 
 
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“Lovely and poignant..
Timely and meaningful."

REVIEWS

" This engaging and timely documentary does for Winston LaRose what ‘RBG’ does for Ruth Bader Ginsburg."
"It’s a story about what it takes to be a pillar of your community."

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