Multivision Show About Distant Canada at the Old Knitting Mill

Multivision Show About Distant Canada at the Old Knitting Mill

nordhorn The Kalturzentrum Alte Webrei will feature a multi-vision show with multiple slide projectors on Tuesday, March 29 at 8 pm.

In no other country did photographer and filmmaker George Crum stay longer and more often than in western Canada and Alaska. The slideshow travels from Vancouver to Vancouver Island, which is home to the great coastal rainforest, killer whales, and salmon. Across the Coast Mountains of British Columbia, the target was the Rocky Mountains on the border with the Canadian province of Alberta. There are probably the most beautiful national parks in Western Canada. One of the most important routes today takes many tourists to the Yukon and Alaska on the Alaska-Canada Highway. A journey that does justice to the world’s second largest country. “The distances covered are beyond imagination. Away from congested highways and stress. How many people here see it and therefore it is not surprising that year after year more people leave crowded Germany to experience their personal adventures, ”says photographer Krum.

With the help of film recordings, photographs, multiple slide projectors, and commissioned and conducted by George Crum, the illustrated journey becomes a tangible, imaginary journey through Canada.

The Cultural Center asks you to visit the website before the event To inform about current sanitary safety information.

Tickets are now available at all known advance booking offices and online Available

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