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13 June 2007 (Belgium) See more »
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Photographer Edward Burtynsky travels the world observing changes in landscapes due to industrial work and manufacturing. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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4 wins & 7 nominations See more »
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Cast

 
Edward Burtynsky ... Himself

Directed by
Jennifer Baichwal 
 
Produced by
Jennifer Baichwal .... producer
Shana Collier .... associate producer: Foundry Films
Nicholas de Pencier .... producer (as Nick de Pencier)
Richard Hughes .... assistant producer
Richard Hughes .... field producer
Daniel Iron .... producer
Lucas Lackner .... associate producer
Jeff Powis .... associate producer
Paul Scherzer .... line producer
Noah Weinzweig .... line producer: China
 
Original Music by
Dan Driscoll 
 
Cinematography by
Peter Mettler 
 
Film Editing by
Roland Schlimme 
 
Production Management
Noura Kevorkian .... production manager: Los Angeles
Marcus Schubert .... production manager
 
Sound Department
Joseph Doane .... additional music
Dan Driscoll .... sound
Steve Hammond .... foley artist
Mandy Ley .... assistant re-recording mixer
Sanjay Mehta .... location sound recordist
Peter Mettler .... sound
David Rose .... re-recording mixer
David Rose .... supervising sound editor
Roland Schlimme .... additional music
Roland Schlimme .... consultant for sound design and music
Lou Solakofski .... re-recording mixer
Jane Tattersall .... sound
 
Camera and Electrical Department
John Price .... assistant camera
Noah Weinzweig .... cinematographer: aerial footage
 
Editorial Department
Cort Bremner .... dailies assistant editor
Louis Casado .... film timer
Chanda Chevannes .... post-production coordinator
Ross Cole .... telecine transferer
Joseph Doane .... dailies assistant editor
Ed Ham .... on-line editor
Avril Jacobson .... assistant editor
Colin Moore .... colorist
Brian Reid .... on-line editor
Trevor Risbridger .... on-line editor
 
Other crew
Jeannie Baxter .... general manager: Edward Buetynsky
Malcolm Brown .... title designer
Sarah Christie .... production coordinator
Kerryn Ciracovitch .... daily production coordinator
Stephanie Dudley .... motion designer
Brooke Hanson .... production assistant
Christine Hobson .... office manager: Mercury Films
Ted Hobson .... production assistant
Luo Li .... translator
Karen Machtinger .... arts administrator
Jennifer Maund .... bookkeeper: Mercury Films
Chelsea McMullan .... research assistant
Ryan Noth .... production assistant (as Ryan J. Noth)
Stephen Paniccia .... production accountant
Maggie Tang .... production coordinator (as Xiaobin Tang)
Longyu Tong .... translator
Catherine Xiaowen Xu .... translator
Lanny Dong Zhi Ying .... translator
 
Thanks
Sebastian Cluer .... special thanks
 

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86 min | Canada:90 min (Toronto International Film Festival)
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12 out of 17 people found the following review useful.
That beautiful waste, 19 November 2006
Author: Bob Taylor (bob998@sympatico.ca) from Canada

I have been an admirer of Edward Burtynsky's work for years, and it was such a pleasure to be able to see the man at work, thanks to Jennifer Baichwal's documentary. The severe beauty of the ship-breaking yard in Bangladesh, the stone quarry in Vermont, the enormous assembly plant in China, the beleaguered old neighbourhoods in Shanghai that are just waiting to be torn down: these landscapes are captured so well by the photographer and the filmmaker.

At times I thought of old TV documentaries on abandoned coal mines and plastic-mold factories; the sort of stuff I grew up watching. Burtynsky's work has the great value of pointing out how the industrial activity has only shifted to Asia, it has not stopped. The strangest scene for me was the computer scrap-yard somewhere in China--the waste had a threatening air about it, while the workers were very jovial.

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