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Réalisé dans le cadre de la série « Souvenir », le court métrage Mobiliser de Caroline Monnet se sert des archives de l’ONF pour proposer un exaltant voyage qui nous emmène du Grand-Nord jusqu’au Sud urbain. L’œuvre fait ressortir la tension entre les modes de vie traditionnel et moderne que vivent les Premières Nations.

  • direction
    Caroline Monnet
  • producer
    Anita Lee
  • executive producer
    Anita Lee
  • editor
    Jesse Rivière
  • delegate producer
    Kate Vollum
  • interpreter
    Tanya Tagaq
  • music writer
    Tanya Tagaq
    Jesse Zubot
    Jean Martin
    Michael Edwards
  • song - publisher
    Jesse Zubot
    Jean Martin
    Michael Edwards
  • production supervisor
    Mark Wilson
  • technical lead
    Marcus Matyas
  • editing assistant
    Tiffany Beaudin
    Zoya Rezaie
  • studio administrator
    Stefanie Brantner
  • production coordinator
    Jennifer Bertling
    Andrew Martin-Smith
  • None
    Serena Lee
    Antonia Gueorguieva
    Jean Coulombe
    Pascal Vincent
    Aldo La Ricca
    William Holley
  • marketing
    Melissa Wheeler
  • publicity
    Jennifer Mair
  • title design
    Sébastien Aubin
  • titles design
    Sébastien Aubin
  • online editing
    Laura Aqui
    Andrew Mandziuk
  • post-production services
    Fearless Films
  • stock footage
    Fred Savard
    Ragnhild Milewski
    Josée Riopel


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Ages 14 to 18

Indigenous Studies - Arts
Indigenous Studies - History/Politics
Indigenous Studies - Identity/Society
Indigenous Studies - Issues and Contemporary Challenges

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