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On April 3, 1948, Françoise Sullivan and Jeanne Renaud presented one of Quebec's first modern dance events at Ross House in Montreal. Among the original works presented was Dédale, a solo performance by Françoise Sullivan. In this version, shot in an labyrinthine urban setting, the dancer Ginette Boutin reinterprets the work, revealing its continued topicality.

2008
Canada
9:00
Original language
No dialogue

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Credits

Direction
Mario Côté
Choregraphy
Françoise Sullivan
Dancers
Ginette Boutin
Sound
Martin Hurtubise
Cinematography
Steeve Desrosiers
Online Editing
Richard Boudrias
Production
Mario Côté

Technical information

Color
Color
Image format
16:9
Sound
Stereo
Shooting format
Betacam
HD

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Keywords
Françoise Sullivan, choreography, solo, adaptation