|Directed by||Ernest Borneman|
Northland is a brief (approximately 20 minutes running time) 1942 Canadian documentary film on the life of miners, most notable for its having been directed by the expatriate German crime writer, jazz critic, jazz musician, and sexologist Ernest Borneman. It is a production of the National Film Board of Canada.
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