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Title Walking the Camino : six ways to Santiago / Lydia B. Smith in association with Future Educational Films presents ; produced and directed by Lydia B. Smith.

Publication Info. [Portland, OR] : Lydia Bonnell Smith : Future Educational Films, [2014]


Location Call No. Status
 Middletown, Russell Library - Adult DVD, Nonfiction  DVD 914.611 WAL    Check Shelf
 West Hartford, Noah Webster Library - Media Room  DVD 914.6 WALKING    Check Shelf
Description 1 videodisc (84 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
digital optical Dolby Digital rda
video file DVD video all regions rda
System Details DVD format; NTSC, Dolby digital, all regions.
Performer Pilgrims, Samantha Gilbert, Tomás Moreno, Paul Max, and twelve others; also appearing of many others.
Credits Producer, Sally Bentley ; senior producer & 2nd unit director, Theresa Tollini-Coleman ; editor, Beth K. Segal ; director of photography, Pedro Valenzuela ; original score, J.J. McGeehan ; production, additional cinematography, Fernando Menéndez Carbone, and two others; sound mixers, Nacho R. Arenas, Andrés Condon; field producers, Marcelo Mendonca, and two others ; post production, coordinator, Chad Westbrook; music produced and mixed by J.J. Mcgeehan; translators, Carmel Rodriguez Walter, Emili Roura, and many others.
Note "Special features: Interview with director/producer Lydia B. Smith; Audio commentary with Lydia B. Smith & editor Beth K. Segal; Sneak peeks of bonus DVD"--Container.
Summary "Walking the Camino: Six Ways to Santiago, an 84 minute documentary, follows a diverse group of pilgrims, ages 3 to 73, from all over the world as they attempt to cross an entire country on foot with only a backpack, a pair of boots, and an open mind."--Container.
"Walking the Camino has been in the making since fall, 2008, ... On April 22nd, 2009, our crew converged upon St. Jean Pied de Port, the traditional starting point of the Camino Francés. Coming from Chile, Germany, Italy, Spain, the USA, Argentina, and Brazil, and ranging in age from 21 to 62 years old, our 12 crewmembers were as diverse as the pilgrims themselves. ... On June 8th, 2009, the filming of this journey was completed at the route's official end: the city of Santiago de Compostela."--From
Audience Not Rated.
Awards American Documentary Film Festival (winner), 2013.
Festival Camino de Santiago (winner), 2013.
Language English and Spanish dialogue, with optional subtitles in English, Spanish, French, German, Portugese, Dutch, Italian, Polish, Japanese and Korean; closed captioned.
Subject Christian pilgrims and pilgrimages -- Spain -- Santiago de Compostela.
Christian pilgrims and pilgrimages -- Spain -- Camino Francés.
Hiking -- Spain, Northern.
Camino de Santiago de Compostela -- Description and travel.
Camino Francés (Spain) -- Description and travel.
Spain, Northern -- Description and travel.
Genre/Form Documentary films.
Nonfiction films.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
Added Author Smith, Lydia B., presenter, film producer, film director.
Bentley, Sally, film producer.
Segal, Beth, editor of moving image work.
Valenzuela, Pedro, director of photography.
McGeehan, J. J., composer, music director.
Future Educational Films (Firm), presenter.
Standard No. 850075002955
Music No. 00295 Future Educational Films
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