This documentary tells the story of Rochdale College, one of the most controversial social experiments to ever have taken place in Canada. Established in 1968 as a free university and student residence, Rochdale was meant to be an enlightened community of self-educators, but rapidly became a meeting place for North America’s burgeoning drug culture.
Produced by Marc Glassman, Ron Mann, Sue Len Quon and Peter Starr (for the NFB).
Screenplay written by Ron Mann, Len Blum and Bill Schroeder.
ADDITIONAL MUSIC & SOUND DESIGN: Nicholas Stirling and Keith Elliott
AUDIO CUE: organ theme by Nicholas Stirling