Montréal danse
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Montréal danse draws a portrait of Montreal's contemporary dance scene by introducing three of its most important choreographers. The works are captured on film with a sober and effective style. The succession of films progresses as a visual itinerary which moves slowly from black and white to color. Jéricho (Daniel Léveillé), Eldorado (Jean-Pierre Perrault) and Tell (Paul-André Fortier) are the choregraphies captured on this tape.

1987
Canada
24:05
Original language
French

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Credits

Direction
François Girard
Dancers
Anne Barry
Ginette Boutin
Raymond Brisson
Marie-Andrée Gougeon
Annick Hamel
Gary Kurtz
Denis Lavoie
Manon Levac
Sylvain Poirier
Catherine Tardif
Choregraphy
Daniel Léveillé
Jean-Pierre Perreault
Paul-André Fortier
Cinematography
Daniel Jobin
Art Direction
Normand Sarrazin
Editing
Miguel Raymond
Photography
Miguel Raymond
Sound
Miguel Raymond
Esther Auger
Production
Velvet Camera
Bruno Jobin
Maïté Sarthou

Technical information

Color
Black and white
Color
Sound
Stereo

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Keywords
Madness, Movement, Emotion, Dream, Fantasy