Little Burgundy

Little Burgundy


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When an old area of a city is to be demolished to make way for a new low-rental housing development, is there anything that the residents can do to protect their own interests? This film, produced in 1968, airs such a situation in the Little Burgundy district of Montréal. It shows how citizens organized themselves into a committee that made effective representations to City Hall and influenced the housing policy.

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Little Burgundy, Bonnie Sherr Klein & Maurice Bulbulian, provided by the National Film Board of Canada

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  • director
    Bonnie Sherr Klein
    Maurice Bulbulian
  • editing
    Bonnie Sherr Klein
    Jacques Gagné
    Maurice Bulbulian
  • producer
    George C. Stoney
    Robert Forget
  • sound
    Richard Besse
  • recording
    Jean-Guy Normandin
  • sound editing
    Bill Graziadei
    Jacques Jarry
  • animation
    Clorinda Warny
  • re-recording
    George Croll
    Jean-Pierre Joutel
  • location sound
    Michel Hazel
  • photography
    Michel Régnier
    Claude Larue

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