Carnival in Quebec

Carnival in Quebec

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This colourful archival record of Québec City’s Winter Carnival shows that many popular events of today—pageants, parades, boat races, folk dancing, fireworks and torchlight skiing—were also favourites 50 years ago. (Please note that this is an archival film. This film was produced in 1957 and includes mostly original footage from the 1956 Quebec City Carnaval. It is a time-capsule of a bygone era. To modern audiences, parts of the footage from the Carnaval may be perceived as offensive, as certain individuals were dressed in Indigenous garb and others wore blackface. While such practices are not condoned today, the footage illustrates tolerated practices and customs of that era.)

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Credits
  • director
    Jean Palardy
  • producer
    Roger Blais
  • script
    Raymond Garceau
  • photography
    Jean Roy
  • sound
    Clarke Daprato
  • editing
    Victor Jobin
  • sound editing
    Kenneth Heeley-Ray
  • narrator
    Geoffrey Hogwood
  • music
    Robert Fleming

  • CoryTheRaven

    Totally charming! It makes me want to go!

    CoryTheRaven, 13 Feb 2010