restricted access How to Make a Canadian Film (Canada, 1967)

The following two manifestos from Guy Glover and Claude Jutra point to the profound infl uence of the French nouvelle vague on Québécois and Anglo-Canadian cinema in the 1960s. Both men worked for the National Film Board of Canada / Offi ce national du fi lm—Glover mostly as a producer of animated and documentary fi lms; Jutra as a director, most notably of Mon oncle Antoine (1971). These two manifestos also foreground the importance of cinéma direct and DIY aesthetics on the nascent cinemas of the country.