1999. Wisconsin Death Trip is an intimate, shocking and sometimes hilarious account of the disasters that befell one small town in Wisconsin during the final decade of the 19th century. The film is inspired by Michael Lesy's book of the same name which was first published in 1973. The town of Black River Falls seems gripped by some peculiar malaise and the weekly news is dominated by bizarre tales of madness, eccentricity and violence amongst the local population.
New Nature Talks at the Museum!
By Catherine Polcz (Natural Resource Sciences, Macdonald College, McGill)
Director: Mark Lewis. 2000. Through interviews and reenactments, The Natural History of the Chicken investigates the role of the chicken in American life and tells several remarkable stories. A Maine farmer says she found a chicken frozen stiff, but was able to resuscitate it. Colorado natives tell a story of the chicken who lost its head-- and went on living. A Virginia farmer tells about (and demonstrates) the benefits of raising chickens for his own consumption.
Uncover the dinosaurs that roamed Canada 75 million years ago.
Learn about Quebec's ectothermic snakes, turtles, tadpoles, frogs and toads.
Learn about the animals of Canada's north and how they deal with extreme winter conditions.
Learn about the life and conservation of these ancient predators.
Decipher the secrets of Egyptian mummies. Make your own miniature mummy to take home.
En savoir plus sur l'univers et les mythes de la création.