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Catalogue Number:  CLIQ00
Producer:  Clique Pictures
Producing Agencies:  Fashion Films Inc.
Subject:  Canadian Social Issues, Canadian Social Studies, Consumer Studies, Documentary, Entertainment, Environmental Justice, Environmental Studies, Geography, Global Issues, Nature, Social Issues, Social Sciences, Social Studies
Language:  English
Grade Level:  6 - 8, 9 - 12, Post Secondary, Adult
Country Of Origin:  Canada
Copyright Year:  2014
Running Time:  67:00

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Explores the connection to the communities impacted by the products Canadians consume!

TRACEABLE explores shoppers’ connections to the communities impacted by the products Canadians consume through interviews with traceability experts, intercut with award-winning fashion designer Laura Siegel’s journey across India to produce her collection. Siegel’s efforts to shift the perspectives of consumers, while confronting the realities and risks of being a young fashion designer and entrepreneur, are detailed in the ancient traditions and techniques that are preserved through each of the honoured crafts used to develop her collection. While working under tight deadlines and through logistical struggles that arise throughout the journey, Siegel encounters, confronts, and adapts to new obstacles in the creative process that gives viewers a unique perspective on sustaining culture and craft, the highly competitive fashion world, and the nature of its buying process.

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