The documentary film Coasters will screen at the Centennial Theatre in Lennoxville, Qc followed by a Q&A with the presence of the directors.
About this Event
Coasters is a feature documentary that explores the lives of the people living on the Lower-North-Shore of Quebec namely: the Coasters. Anglophone, francophone and first nations innu communities share the isolation of this barren land where there are no roads to the outside world. Every season brings a different challenge for these hardened Canadians who live off the land and the sea. They all wait for winter, for when the frozen water and the snow offers the proper conditions for snowmobile travel. Then, the world is theirs. For almost a century, hockey tournaments, carnivals and dancing nights take place every weekend all up ‘’The Coast’’ in a different village. People that left the region for lack of work comes back for this moment frozen in time, knowing that every time they come back home, might be the last.
RÉALISATION:Nicolas-Alexandre Tremblay, Stéphane Trottier
PAYS : CANADA (QUÉBEC)
ANNÉE : 2018
V.O : FRANÇAIS, ANGLAIS, INNU
SOUS-TITRES : ANGLAIS ET FRANÇAIS
DURÉE : 86 MIN
IMAGE : MATHIEU LANDRY
MONTAGE : NICOLAS-ALEXANDRE TREMBLAY, STÉPHANE TROTTIER
PRODUCTION : ADAM PAJOT GENDRON, NICOLAS-ALEXANDRE TREMBLAY, STÉPHANE TROTTIER
CONCEPTION SONORE : OLIVIER CALVERT
A PICTURE IS WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS
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