Burquette (épisode 9) - Le voisin algérien

Burquette (épisode 9) - Le voisin algérien

Le père est pris à parti par son voisin algérien.

Cet épisode fait partie de la série animée Burquette, réalisée par le bédéiste Francis Desharnais.

Découvrez l'univers de Burquette sur son site officiel.

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Burquette (épisode 9) - Le voisin algérien, Francis Desharnais, provided by the National Film Board of Canada

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  • producer
    Julie Roy
    Josée Vallée
    Christiane Asselin
    Marc Beaudet
  • director
    Francis Desharnais
  • voice
    Geneviève Néron
    Yves Corbeil
    Roxanne Boulianne
    Hugolin Chevrette
    Valérie Gagné
    Sébastien René
    Manuel Tadros
    Klervi Thienpont
  • project leader
    Mélanie Campeau
    Valérie Aubin
  • None
    Paul Audet
    Francis Desharnais
    Benoît Chartier
    Manon Arsenault
    Marie-Claude Pelletier
    Pierre-Alexandre Birtz
    Éric Poirier
    Alexandre Leduc
    Alexandre Mallais
  • animation
    Francis Desharnais
  • sound design
    Chris Leon
  • music
    Philippe Venne
  • musician
    Philippe Venne
    Frédéric Lebrasseur
  • sound mixer
    Luc Léger
  • online editing
    Yannick Carrier
  • digital imaging specialist
    Susan Gourley
    Pierre Plouffe
  • administrator
    Diane Régimbald
  • administrative team
    Diane Ayotte
    Karine Desmeules
    Michèle Labelle
  • technical coordinator
    Daniel Claveau
  • delegate producer
    Francine Langdeau
    Claire Buffet
    Christine Bouchard
  • executive producer
    René Chénier
  • content manager
    Anne-Marie Archambault
  • art direction
    Deux Huit Huit
  • technical direction
    Benoît Beauséjour
  • programmation
    Pierre-Alexandre Birtz
  • quality assurance
    Danielle Kapochena

  • kruscito

    @feduptaxpayer -- We make our best efforts to release our films in both languages, but in some cases (like co-productions), a film will only be released in its original version.

    kruscito, 14 Mar 2012
  • feduptaxpayer

    I thought this country had two official languages. I also thought that this country has legal requirements for both English and French to appear on packages, etc. So why is the synopsis for this film only in French? Furthermore, since my taxes indirectly funded the production of this film I would like to know why it isn't subtitled in English, so I can at least understand what is being said.

    feduptaxpayer, 14 Mar 2012

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