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In 1898, Émile Zola published a letter addressed to the President of the French Republic defending Captain Dreyfus who was unjustly imprisoned by the army when he denounced State anti-semitism. The Dreyfus affair precipitated an important political and ideological crisis that later divided the French population. A century later, at the initiative of PRIM, 20 artists each produced a short video of no longer than 1 minute in which they expressed their indignation about a related subject of their choice.

1998
Canada
25:00
Original language
French

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Credits

Direction
Yves Amyot
Yves-Laurier Beaudoin
Pierre Bouchard
Marie Brodeur
Martin Bureau
Yves Doyon
Bruno Dubuc
Chantal Dumas
Éric Gagnon
Freda Guttman
Yves Labelle
Pascale Landry
Bruno Lefebvre
Serge Lessard
Yves Léveillé
Sylvain Léveillé
Pascale Malaterre
Chantal Marquis
Anne-Marie Robert
Shayam
Stéphane Thibault
Barbara Ulrich
Production
PRIM
La Bande Vidéo

Technical information

Color
Black and white
Color
Sound
Stereo
Shooting format
Betacam

Documentation

Images
Keywords
Crisis, Indignation, Activism, Violence