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A Day in Forillon

1978 7 min
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This short film illustrates a day in the life at Forillon National Park. Situated on the Gaspé peninsula in Quebec, the park offers spectacular views of sea, mountain and forest. A monumental landscape not to be missed. A film without words.

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A Day in Forillon

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This short film illustrates a day in the life at Forillon National Park. Situated on the Gaspé peninsula in Quebec, the park offers spectacular views of sea, mountain and forest. A monumental landscape not to be missed. A film without words.
  • director
    Michel Bouchard
  • producer
    Roger Frappier
  • photography
    Roger Rochat
  • sound
    Claude Lefebvre
  • editing
    Suzanne Allard
  • sound editing
    Victor Merrill
  • re-recording
    Jean-Pierre Joutel
  • music
    Alain Clavier

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Ages 13 to 17

Have students research the environment featured in the film: its ecology and geography, including land use and features. Students make a 3D model of the park. Assign a writing assignment, narrative/ poetry/ descriptive prose/ historical fiction. Study the music used in the film. How does it characterize the visual images? Students create a soundtrack to a film without words.

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