Betsiamites

2011

What does it mean to be aboriginal today?

The film brings us to Pessamit (formerly Betsiamites), an Innu community on the North Shore of the St. Lawrence.

One-on-one with the camera, people speak their minds in surprising and revealing ways.

Thirteen members of the community talk about their daily life and their identity, heartaches and hopes. Betsiamites is a portrait coloured by their words, a film that forges ties between cultures.

 

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Générique

WithAnnie-Claude BaconJimmy BaconMarc-André BaconÉric CanapéNatasha Canapé-FontaineMarco ColinPaul-Émile DominiqueJean-François Fontaine CanapéRichard NervieuxTommy NervieuxJean-Louis NervieuxMarie-Christine Nervieux-NanipouSétynn KanapéPhilibert RousselotSimon Waubnasse

ImagesAlexandre Labbé
SoundFrançois BonenfantLuc Léger
EditingSébastien Goyette
ScoreClaude Fradette

ScreenlayDenis Chouinard
DirectorDenis Chouinard

ProducerDenis Chouinard
DistributionVidéographe