After the Montreal Massacre

After the Montreal Massacre

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December 6, 1989. Sylvie Gagnon was attending her last day of classes at the University of Montreal's École Polytechnique, when Marc Lépine entered the building. Separating the women from the men, he opened fire on the women students, yelling 'You're all a bunch of feminists.' Sylvie survived, while fourteen other women were murdered. This video makes the connection between the massacre and male violence against women, setting the stage for an exploration of misogyny and sexism.

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  • director
    Gerry Rogers
  • producer
    Nicole Hubert
  • executive producer
    Ginny Stikeman
    Louise Lore
  • camera
    Marielle Nitoslawska
  • sound
    Esther Auger
  • editing
    Barbara Brown
  • sound mix
    Sergio Penhas-Roll

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