Robert and Frances Flaherty

Robert and Frances Flaherty

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Robert Flaherty's groundbreaking Nanook of the North (1922) - the chronicle of one year in the life of an Inuit hunter and his family in the Hudson Bay region - was the first full-length anthropological documentary in cinematic history. Before Nanook, Flaherty endured a number of failures, disappointments, and false starts. Drawing from the unpublished diaries of Flaherty and his wife, Frances, Robert Christopher's biography fills in crucial background in the emergence of a documentary film legend.Thursday, 26 March Got a splendid day and secured 800a#39; interior igloo, subject of Allego fire making. ... Have almost completed motion pictures.49 Yew and Anunglung were sent deer hunting a week ago, secured eight deer near post. ... Sam and Jack Johnson arrived home unexpectedly today from the Lake Amadjuak trip.

Title:Robert and Frances Flaherty
Author: Robert J. Christopher, Frances Hubbard Flaherty, Robert Joseph Flaherty
Publisher:McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP - 2005-09-23

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