Sophie Wollock's Newspaper

Sophie Wollock's Newspaper

| 27 min
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This short documentary profiles Sophie Wollock and the newspaper she founded for the western suburbs of Montreal in l963, The Suburban. A weekly paper distributed free to some 45,000 homes, most of them anglophone, The Suburban became famous for the strongly worded editorials written by Wollock, mainly on the subject of Québec nationalism. The film looks at the paper, then under the guidance of her son, and sums up some of Wollock's more impassioned editorials.

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Credits
  • director
    Gilles Blais
  • producer
    Jacques Bobet
  • camera
    Pierre Mignot
  • sound
    Michel Hazel
  • editing
    Lucien Marleau
  • sound editing
    Alain Sauvé
  • re-recording
    Adrian Croll
  • voice
    Sheila Graham

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