Of Whales, the Moon and Men

Of Whales, the Moon and Men

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In 1962, legendary Quebec directors Pierre Perrault and Michel Brault took their cameras to Île-aux-Coudres, an island in the St. Lawrence, where for centuries fishermen had caught belugas with a unique technique: the men sank a trap of saplings into offshore mud at low tide to capture the white whale. This tradition was abandoned in 1920, but the NFB filmmakers persuaded some oldtimers to revive the practice. This is the unrehearsed story of what happened. In black and white.

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  • participant
    Léopold Tremblay
    Alexis Tremblay
    Abel Harvey
    Louis Harvey
    Joachim Harvey
  • réalisateur
    Pierre Perrault
    Michel Brault
  • son
    Marcel Carrière
  • *
    Werner Nold
  • montage son
    Pierre Lemelin
  • ré-enregistrement
    Ron Alexander
    Roger Lamoureux
  • narrateur
    Vlasta Vrana
  • enregistrement
    William E. Schevill
  • producteur exécutif
    Fernand Dansereau