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Le 186... pour la mémoire

Le 186… pour la mémoire

Martin Leclerc

Canada | 2015 | 1 h 15 min
Much more than a documentary on the renovation of Félix Leclerc’s house in Vaudreuil (now an historic monument) and its conversion into a site for artists-in-residence, this film depicts the singer-poet’s life here through the memories of his eldest son, Martin Leclerc. Combining interviews with friends and artists, drawings by his daughter Mélanie and original music by Jérôme Langlois, the film provides a link between past and future.
Director Martin Leclerc
Participation Janine Sutto, Yves Massicotte, Marie-Belle Ouellet, Manon Côté, Pierre Patry, Marcel Brouillard, Guy Godin, Jean-Jacques Chapdelaine, Hugo Latulippe, Bernard Séguin-Poirier, Mélanie Leclerc, Luc Simard, Jérôme Langlois, Jean-Louis Freund, Dominique Leroux, Félix Leclerc
Editing André Desrochers
Artists Janine Sutto, Yves Massicotte, Marie-Belle Ouellet, Manon Côté, Pierre Patry, Marcel Brouillard, Guy Godin, Jean-Jacques Chapdelaine, Hugo Latulippe, Bernard Séguin-Poirier, Mélanie Leclerc, Luc Simard, Jérôme Langlois, Jean-Louis Freund, Dominique Leroux, Félix Leclerc
Cinematography Martin Leclerc
Graphic creation Mélanie Leclerc
Music Jérôme Langlois
Other Alexis Pilon-Gladu

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Martin Leclerc

Martin Leclerc

Martin Leclerc was a cameraman for the National Film Board from 1975 to 1998, collaborating on many classic Quebec documentaries, including all films by Pierre Perrault.
Les Avironneuses (1976).

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