Percé on the Rocks

Percé on the Rocks

                                Percé on the Rocks
| 9 min

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This quirky little short by Gilles Carle was filmed on the pierced rock that stands near Quebec’s Gaspé peninsula. It is perhaps the most photographed natural phenomenon on Canada’s East Coast. Shot in the 1960s, the film has a very psychedelic feel to it, with animation, special effects, and a trio of women to guide us through.

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Percé on the Rocks, Gilles Carle, provided by the National Film Board of Canada

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  • editing
    Éric de Bayser
  • sound track
    Maurice Blackburn
  • animation
    Robert Verrall
  • re-recording
    Ron Alexander
  • camera
    Guy Borremans
  • executive producer
    Jacques Bobet
  • special effects
    Wally Howard
  • director
    Gilles Carle
  • script
    Gilles Carle
  • producer
    Jacques Bobet

  • mr.harrison.roberts

    well done!

    mr.harrison.roberts, 13 Apr 2017

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