2014-11-10 00:36:49 UTC
That's Danny Williams. The epitome of a Premier who fought for his Province.
It debuts tomorrow, November 10th, in Newfoundland. Hopefully it will be
available in the rest of Canada soon after that.
Sunday , November 9 2014 |
Danny Williams Documentary to Debut Tomorrow
A new documentary that tells the tale of former Newfoundland and Labrador
Premier Danny Williams's seven years in office makes its debut Monday. Annette
Clarke is the executive director of NFB's Atlantic studio and the producer of
the film "Danny." She says it tells his story against the backdrop of the
province's history since confederation.
Though the focus of the film is Danny Williams himself, many well-known
Newfoundlanders and Labradorians also make appearances.
It includes Andy Jones, Mark Critch, and Greg Malone.
The movie debuts tomorrow at the Arts and Culture Centres in St. John's,
Gander, and Stephenville as well as the Twin Cinemas in Clarenville, and the
Garrick Theatre in Bonavista. Wednesday, it will be at the Arts and Culture
Centre in Corner Brook and Thursday at the Centre in Grand Falls-Windsor. It
will be at the Anchor Inn in Twillingate Friday, as well as the Arts and
Culture Centre in Labrador City. The movie debuts at the Lawrence O'Brien Arts
Centre in Goose Bay a week from Monday, November 17th.
Danny Williams will be at the premieres in St. John's and Corner Brook.