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Honour to Senator Murray Sinclair

Alanis Obomsawin
2021 | 29 min
English

Selections and Awards

  • World Premiere - Celebrating Alanis Retrospective Toronto International Film Festival, Canada, (2021)

  • Official Selection imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival, Toronto, Canada, (2021)

Trailer


Excerpt


Poster

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Team


Alanis Obomsawin
Director | Writer | Producer


Photo
Photo : Cosmos Image




Annette Clarke
Executive Producer


Photo
Photo : Dave Howells



Credits

Writer and Director
Alanis Obomsawin

Editor
Alison Burns

Director of Photography
German Gutierrez

Location Sound
Tod Van Dyk

Sound Editor
Don Ayer

Original Music by
Lauren Bélec
Michel Dubeau

Musicians

Guitar, Piano, Programming
Lauren Bélec

Shakuachi, Native Flute
Michel Dubeau

Violin
Éloi Amesse

Re-recording
Jean Paul Vialard

Lead Animator and Compositor
Élise Simard

Additional Animation
Devan Marinaccio

Technical Consultant
Faiyaz Jafri     

Research
Alanis Obomsawin

Archival Research and Rights Clearance
Alanis Obomsawin
Katherine Kasirer

On-line Editor
Denis Pilon

Graphic Design
Mélanie Bouchard
Alain Ostiguy

Titles and Credits
Jacques Bertrand Simard

Digital Editing Technicians
Pierre Dupont
Marie-Josée Gourde
Isabelle Painchaud
Patrick Trahan

Sound Technician
Bernard Belley

Technical Coordinator
Daniel Lord

Post-Production Coordinator
Amanda Roy

Marketing Manager
François Jacques

Publicist
Nadine Viau

Assistant to Alanis Obomsawin
Michael Shu

Legal Counsel
Dominique Aubry

Production Coordinator
Christine Williams

Senior Production Coordinator
Cheryl Murgatroyd

Studio Administrator
Leslie Anne Poyntz

Producer
Alanis Obomsawin

Executive Producer
Annette Clarke

A National Film Board of Canada production



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