Luce Guilbeault comédienne
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In an interview, Luce Guilbeault retraces the important stages of her film and theatrical career and reveals her vision of Québécois cinema, an industry she actively shaped and formed. According to her, the emergence of a new cinema is an important phenomenon, and she dreams of a role that would do her justice. She hopes for a cinema that further expresses the realities and joys of the Québécois people. The interview is punctuated with comments of praise and adulation by such artists as Michel Tremblay and Marcel Sabourin.

1973
Canada
29:00
Original language
French

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Credits

Direction
Yvon Bisaillon
Jacques Laliberté
Participants
Luce Guilbeault
Suzanne Garceau
Paule Bailargeaon
Michel Tremblay
Marcel Sabourin
André Théberge
Marcel Carrière
Production
Vidéographe
Office national du film du Canada

Technical information

Color
Black and white
Image format
4:3
Sound
Mono
Keywords
Artist, Portrait, Theater, Cinema, Interview