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Other Side of the 49th DVD by Ervin Chartrand

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Other Side of the 49th captures the untold story of Garry Sawatzky and the journey he went on after serving a 10 year sentence for manslaughter in Stony Mountain Institution.

Other Side of the 49th

Written and Directed by Ervin Chartrand
Canada | 2016| documentary | colour | 45 minutes

Garry Sawatzky grew up in Winnipeg and was a troubled young man. In 1985, his life would change forever when he was involved in an altercation that left an 18-year-old man dead and Sawatzky charged with second-degree murder. Since his release, he has been on a quest to recreate his identity and to find a meaningful place in the community. An unlikely career as a professional football player became part of his way out.

ABOUT THE FILMMAKER

Ervin Chartrand is an award winning Métis filmmaker who resides in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. He has directed multiple dramatic shorts, music videos, and documentaries. Prior to his career in film, Chartrand was a gang leader who reformed his life after being incarcerated. He continues to speak to youth about his experiences.

 

BUY THE DVD FOR HOME USE – $20

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BUY THE DVD FOR INSTITUTIONAL USE – $265

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Other Side of the 49th captures the untold story of Garry Sawatzky and the journey he went on after serving a 10 year sentence for manslaughter in Stony Mountain Institution.

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