|Directed by||Sherry White|
|Produced by||Rhonda Buckley|
|Written by||Sherry White|
|Music by||Duane Andrews|
|Edited by||Chris Darlington|
Kickham East Productions
Mitsy (Greeley) is a teenage student who lives with her grandmother, Bride (Walsh) after having been left at an early age by her mother (Wells). Mitsy secretly dreams of leaving her small town to live with her mother in Alberta but finds her life disrupted when her mother suddenly reappears.
Crackie was an official selection at film festivals including the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival in the Czech Republic, the Toronto International Film Festival, the Montreal World Film Festival and the Torino Film Festival in Turin. It won the Grand Prix Focus — Special Mention at Montreal, and the Jury Special Prize at Torino.
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