Acadia Acadia ?!?

Acadia Acadia ?!?

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In the late 1960s, with the triumph of bilingualism and biculturalism, New Brunswick's Université de Moncton became the setting for the awakening of Acadian nationalism after centuries of defeatism and resignation. Although 40% of the province's population spoke French, they had been unable to make their voices heard. The movement started with students-sit-ins, demonstrations against Parliament, run-ins with the police - and soon spread to a majority of Acadians. The film captures the behind-the-scenes action and the students' determination to bring about change. An invaluable document of the rebirth of a people. In French with English subtitles.

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  • director
    Michel Brault
    Pierre Perrault
  • producer
    Guy L. Coté
    Paul Larose
  • cinematography
    Michel Brault
  • sound
    Serge Beauchemin
  • editing
    Monique Fortier
  • re-recording
    Roger Lamoureux
  • music
    Majorique Duguay
    Valère Blais

  • kemsmith

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    kemsmith, 9 Jul 2013