Films about Lotta Hitschmanova

We invite you to watch three short films celebrating Lotta's life and work.

Dr. Lotta's 100th

In 2009, on the hundredth anniversary of Lotta's birth, we created a  public service announcement featuring archival images from Lott'as life of service .  (We'd like to thank Kensington Communications for donating the time and resources to make this video.)

(Youtube - http://www.usc-canada.org/web/films-about-her-life)

60th Anniversary
Narrated by USC spokesperson Bruce Cockburn
In 2005, USC Canada turned 60. As part of that celebration, we created a  public service announcement about how our Lotta's vision still guides our work. (We'd like to thank Kensington Communications for donating the time and resources to make this video.)

In the short film, Bruce Cockburn talks about how when we was growing up, his family supported Lotta because they believed that every individual could make a difference.

(Youtube - http://www.usc-canada.org/web/films-about-her-life)

Soldier of Peace
Narrated by Peter Trueman
In 1989 Peter Lockyer wrote, directed and produced a 29 minute film, funded in part by USC Canada, which tells Lotta's life story.

(Youtube - http://www.usc-canada.org/web/films-about-her-life)

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LottaHitschmanova tbnWhat's in a Name?

We’re called USC Canada because we started out way back in 1945 as the Unitarian Service Committee, founded by the energetic Dr. Lotta Hitschmanova. We’re still planting the seeds that Lotta sowed. Find out more about our founder, Dr. Lotta Hitschmanova.

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