Pauline Julien, Intimate and Political

Screening Time

Friday, 24 May 2019 at 10:45 AM – Ravine Room

Synopsis

Pauline Julien would have been 90 years old in 2018. Twenty years after her death, the latest documentary by Pascale Ferland captures the essence of the iconic Quebec singer—a passionately committed and eternally free spirit. Composed of a meticulous selection of interviews, performances and photos drawn from a vast and rich archival collection, Pauline Julien, Intimate and Political follows Julien on a journey from the 1950s to the 1990s. Uncompromising and at times vulnerable, the artist tells her story through personal anecdotes, songs and excerpts from her diary. As the filmmaker sketches the arc of Julien’s extraordinary life, including her relationship with poet Gérald Godin, she offers a memorable lesson in Quebec history, painting a portrait of an inspiring woman whose sovereigntist and feminist ideals continue to resonate today.

Runtime

0:52:00

Nominations

Documentary History & Biography, Research

Creative Team

Director(s)

Pascale Ferland

Producers(s)

Johanne Bergeron

Researcher(s)

Pascale Ferland

Production Company

National Film Board of Canada

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