Little Caughnawaga: To Brooklyn and Back

Little Caughnawaga: To Brooklyn and Back

| 56 min

Delve into the Mohawk community in this feature-length documentary about the steel workers who hold a special place in North American history. The iconic New York skyline, with all its monuments to modernity, is the fruit of their labour. And while the men were scraping the skies, the women had their feet firmly on the ground, sustaining a vibrant community in the heart of Brooklyn.

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Credits
  • writer
    Reaghan Tarbell
  • director
    Reaghan Tarbell
  • producer
    George Hargrave
    Paul M. Rickard
    Germaine Ying Gee Wong
    Kat Baulu
  • executive producer
    Ravida Din
    Shirley K. Sneve
  • camera
    Paul M. Rickard
  • editor
    MeiYen Chan
  • additional camera
    Zacharie Fay
  • location sound
    Nick Huard
    Zacharie Fay
    Ryan Mitchell
  • narration
    Reaghan Tarbell
  • narration coach
    Kathleen Fee
  • music
    diGitum
  • vocals
    Francine Saïa
  • additional music
    Intermède PikMusic
  • music - arrangement
    Albert Canadian
  • accompanist
    Albert Canadian
  • production coordinator
    Megan Thorne
    Sia Koukoulas
  • production assistant
    Dulsie Thompson
    Cherri Low Horn
  • research
    Reaghan Tarbell
  • accounting
    Margaret Terreau
  • translator
    Hilda Nicholas
    Mary Nicholas
  • transcripts
    Cherri Low Horn
    Nahani Grenier
  • unit administrator
    Dan Emery
    Nickie Merulla
  • marketing manager
    Moira Keigher
  • sound mixer
    Geoffrey Mitchell
  • post-production coordinator
    Marysol Moran
    Brigitte Sénéchal
  • digital editing supervisor
    Danielle Raymond
  • sound editor
    Chris Leon
  • online editor
    Dave Stonier
  • graphics
    Dave Stonier
  • photo retouching
    Ryan Mitchell
  • post-production
    Nutaaq Media Inc.
  • closed captioning
    Nutaaq Media Inc.