Photo 2014 Nathalie [email protected] Cimetière amérindien innu de Maliotenam (Sept-Îles).
Radio-Canada Est du Québec Consulat de France à MontréalPanorama-Cinema
Roger Charland a fait la collecte de certaines entrevues d'Arthur, voici son blog:http://infopolsoc.blogspot.ca/2013/09/deces-dun-documentariste-important.html
Curated by Kristin Tresoor
In the late fifties and early sixties, smaller film cameras and portable recording devices revolutionized filmmaking. Technological Advancement led to creative exploration and filmmakers broke from structured, scene-based documentary and brought cameras into real life. The NFBÕs Montreal-based French Unit was home to the Cinema Direct movement in Canada, taking cameras into daily life in Quebec and influencing a generation of of filmmakers. From lumberjacks to wrestlers to Montral kids on skateboards, the films in this series share an intimacy with the subjects and an unflinching look at old ways and new worlds.
LES BUCHERONS DE LA MANOUANE
1960, 27 mins - French, with English subtitles
Dir: Arthur Lamothe
1961, 27 mins - French, with English subtitles
Dirs: Michel Brault, Claude Jutra, Marcel Carriere, Claude Fournier
1966, 14 mins - French, with English subtitles
Dir: Claude Jutra
PANELISTS: Claude Fournier, Nathalie Gressin and Arthur Lamothe
FACILITATOR: Carole O Brien
While widely regarded as a highly influential movement within Canada, the Cinema Direct mastersÕ techniques and approach have not been widely shared outside of Quebec in many years. In this case study, Arthur Lamothe, Nathalie Gressin and Claude Fournier will discuss the films, the time and the impact of the NFBÕs French Unit, and of the impact of the movement on Canadian documentary.