Comments:

"... extraordinary documentary."

Jim Bawden, TORONTO STAR


"a powerful documentary on Ukrainian internment."

Alan Kellogg, EDMONTON JOURNAL


"... chilling portrait of national security gone wrong."

Kennedy Gordon, SUDBURY STAR


"... tribute to Canada's 'enemy aliens'."

OTTAWA CITIZEN


"... moving, provocative film ... a powerful indictment of official Canada's discrimination against non-English-speaking 'foreigners'."

Greg Quill, TORONTO STAR


"... disturbing account of Canada's first national internment operations."

Joyce Langerak, VERNON DAILY NEWS


"This film is not about Ukrainians, it is about Canada."

MONTREAL GAZETTE


"... a significant impact in raising awareness about the internment camps."

John Gregorovich,

  UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO VARSITY


“… very powerful.”

Maria Mironowicz, CBC Newsworld

“… painstakingly accurate.”
                        
Christina Kotlar, Kino-Q


"... excellent, enduring, everyone should see it!"

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WINNER OF:

National Educational Media Network Bronze Apple Award,

Oakland, California


Certificate of Honourable Mention, 42nd Annual Columbus

(Ohio) International Film and Video Festival


Produced by La Maison de Montage Luhovy Inc., in association with The National Film Board of Canada

and the assistance of Heritage Canada, Multiculturalism and the Taras Shevchenko Foundation

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Award-winning documentary

Freedom Had A Price

FREEDOM HAD A PRICE Canada's First Internment Operations 1914-1920 Produced and directed by Yurij Luhovy