A Song for Quebec

A Song for Quebec

Produced in 1988, this feature documentary presents a living history of Quebec's last 40 years as seen through the eyes of one couple. Pauline Julien and Gérald Godin, two Quebec artists, share their perspectives on the events that have marked Quebec's evolution. Julien, a singer, and Godin, a poet, express their love and passion for the province (and each other) while providing a unique take on the Quebec nationalist movement.

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Credits
  • direction
    Dorothy Todd Hénaut
  • cinematography
    Zoe Dirse
  • editing
    Susan Shanks
    Werner Nold
  • writer
    Josh Freed
  • assistant director
    Dominique Parent
  • researcher
    Dominique Parent
  • subtitles
    Robert Gray
  • location sound
    Esther Auger
    Hans Oomes
    Eric Lambert
  • gaffer
    Clermont Lapointe
  • assistant camera
    René Daigle
    Simon Leblanc
    Dawn Nichol
    Patrick Duroux
  • location manager
    Alain Labrosse
    Maryvonne Querre
  • assistant editor
    Monique Gervais
  • historical watercolours
    George Geertsen
  • narration
    Anne Henderson
  • sound editing
    Wojtek Klis
  • assistant sound editor
    André Chaput
    Pat Gyorfi
  • foley artist
    Lise Wedlock
  • narration recording
    Nathalie Fleurant
  • re-recording
    Jean-Pierre Joutel
    Adrian Croll
  • video post-production
    Richard Lesage
    Phillipe Vandette
    Pierre Bélanger
    Barbara Hutchinson
  • production accountant
    Nanci Tastello
  • post-production coordinator
    Grace Avrith
  • unit administrator
    Rob Spence
    Rose Hutchinson
  • associate producer
    Svetlana Zylin
    Susan Shanks
  • co-producer
    Dorothy Todd Hénaut
  • senior producer
    Adam Symansky
  • series producer
    David Grubin
  • executive producer
    Bill Nemtin