Why The Film Is A Documentary
The Rising Tide is a documentary film made in 1949. It was directed by Jean Palardy. The documentary depicts how cooperatives in the wartime regions inspired new energy and promise to impoverished fishermen. For example, one fishermen named Willie Leblanc had risen from the hungry, desperate years of the 1920s depression to greater times. It is a movie about hopes and dreams and succeeding through hardships. Furthermore, it shows how human beings have achieved great things despite immense obstacles and Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by: admin on June 22nd, 2012
Has The Documentary Achieved Any Awards?
Has The Rising Tide documentary received any awards? The Rising Tide was affiliated with the Genie Awards and had achieved a special citation. In addition, The Rising Tide was nominated for an Oscar award in 1950 for Best Documentary, Short Subjects category. But, unfortunately, it did not win either an Oscar or Genie award. The Rising Tide always was nominated for the category of Best Documentary Short Subject – 1949 Academy of Motion Picture Arts Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by: admin on June 20th, 2012
The creation of Dawn Furness and Philip Shotton, the film Rising Tide is a small budget film designed to provide movie goers with a new cinematic experience. Created for audiences that are not satisfied with the standard movie experience, Rising Tide is a teenage horror film with a twist. The film was released in August 2011 at the Tyneside Cinema and is now available to the general public.
After finishing their exams, a group of friends head out for a camping adventure, but horrific events take place during Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by: www.therisingtidefilm.com on June 19th, 2012