Several reflections on Franco-Manitoban identity in Winnipeg and its relationship with the French language.
- Director Franie-Éléonore Bernier
- Year 2017
- Length 13 min.
- Genre Documentary
- Versions Original French version, Original French version with English subtitles
- Sound Stereo
- Available formats Apple Pro Res 422 HQ, H264, Blu-Ray, DCP, DVD
Cast & Crew
- Productor, Jean-Pierre Vézina et Franie-Éléonore Bernier
- Screenplay & Editor, Franie-Éléonore Bernier
- Cinematographer, Julie Pelletier
- Music, Jason Burnstick et André Péloquin-Hopfner
- Sound mix, Mathieu Campagna
- Research, Joanie Lehoux
- Cast, Franie-Éléonore Bernier & Joanie Lehoux
After completing an audiovisual technique at Cégep Limoilou in 2011, Franie-Éléonore Bernier began working at the MATV station and as a freelancer as a photo director, cameraman and video editor. It was during her participation as a director at cabarets of intensive short film creation in Quebec, Mexico, Chile and Belgium, that she discovered her mission as an artist. With her cinema, Franie wants to join people to get them to reflect on themselves and on the current society. Franie devotes her time to writing and all means of expression that can increase her artistic potential, her openness to the world and her sensitivity. All this, in order to serve the community with his works.
- 2017 -
Special Screening | Festival de Cinéma de la Ville de Québec
Special Screening | Cinémental, Canada
In Competition | FIFCA, Canada
- 2018 -
In Competition | FIFEQ, Canada
Special Screening | Cinéma sous les étoiles, Canada