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The emergence of Canadian Feature Film Policy
Kinema. A journal for film and audiovisual media
DURING the 1920s and early 1930s American films regularly accounted for as much as eighty-five to ninety-five percent of the national Canadian box office. There were quite a few attempts, already in those early decades of cinema, to boost the fortune of the national film industry and to establish production companies and studios. These, however, with a few exceptions, did not last long enough to change the picture of the American-dominated Canadian film industry. Canadians tried to fight backdoi:10.15353/kinema.vi.925 fatcat:ozckska7izgcfmpee2oy6nezp4