Ernest Dick is a self-described “Historian of Sound and the Moving Image” and a Consulting Archivist based in Granville Ferry, Nova Scotia. He is active with local heritage societies in the Annapolis Royal area and is a past-President of the Council of Nova Scotia Archives. Ernest is an occasional lecturer at Saint Mary’s University, where he has developed courses on the film and television productions of Atlantic Canada and on history as it is represented and misrepresented by film and video. He has written widely on sound and moving image archives and prepared exhibitions on Canadian film, radio and television.
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