A Song for Quebec

A Song for Quebec

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A living history--that of Québec's last forty years--is seen not through the careful reconstruction of the academic historian but from the viewpoint of a couple in love with each other as well as the cause of Quebec's independence. Pauline Julien through her songs, and Gérald Godin through his poetry, provide an intimate look at the events which have marked Québec's evolution. This is a film about love and passion, and about a couple whose life is bound to the emergence of their world. It is also a unique synthesis of the Québec nationalist movement.

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  • direction
    Dorothy Todd Hénaut
  • cinematography
    Zoe Dirse
  • editing
    Susan Shanks
    Werner Nold
  • writer
    Josh Freed
  • researcher
    Dominique Parent
  • location sound
    Esther Auger
    Hans Oomes
    Eric Lambert
  • narration
    Anne Henderson
  • sound editing
    Wojtek Klis
  • foley artist
    Lise Wedlock
  • re-recording
    Jean-Pierre Joutel
    Adrian Croll
  • co-producer
    Dorothy Todd Hénaut
  • senior producer
    Adam Symansky
  • executive producer
    Bill Nemtin

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