Montreal Vu Par...


2h 7m 1991

Brief Synopsis

A tribute to Montreal's 350th anniversary via six short vignettes involving the city.

Film Details

Also Known As
Canvas in Time, A, Derniere Partie, Desperanto or Let Sleeping Girls Lie, En Passant, La Toile du Temps, Last Period, The, Montreal Sextet, Passing Through, Toile du Temps, La
Release Date
1991
Production Company
Atlantis Films, Ltd.; National Film Board Of Canada
Distribution Company
Cinema Pluss
Location
Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
2h 7m

Synopsis

A tribute to Montreal's 350th anniversary via six short vignettes involving the city.

Crew

Michel Arcand

Editor

Paule Baillargeon

Screenplay ("Vue D'Ailleurs"/"Seen From Elsewhere")

Alain Baril

Editor ("Vue D'Ailleurs")

Pierre Bernier

Editor ("La Toile Du Temps")

Michel Brault

Screenplay ("La Derniere Partie")

Eric Cayla

Director Of Photography ("En Passant")

Jean Corriveau

Music ("Rispondetemi")

Michel F Cote

Music ("Desperanto Or Let Sleeping Girls Lie")

Mychael Danna

Music ("En Passant")

Marie Carole Debeaumont

Screenplay ("La Toile Du Temps")

Linda Del Rosario

Art Director ("Vue D'Ailleurs")

Jean Derome

Music ("La Toile Du Temps")

Guy Dufaux

Director Of Photography ("Desperanto Or Let Sleeping Girls Lie")

Atom Egoyan

Screenplay ("En Passant")

Dominique Fortin

Editor ("Rispondetemi")

Jacques Gagne

Editor ("La Derniere Partie")

Anne Galea

Art Director ("La Derniere Partie")

Vianney Gauthier

Art Director ("Rispondetemi")

Michel Houle

Executive Producer

Louise Jobin

Art Director ("La Toile Du Temps")

Yves Laferriere

Music ("Vue D'Ailleurs")

Duane Lambrosse

Music ("Desperanto Or Let Sleeping Girls Lie")

Helene Lebeau

Screenplay ("La Derniere Partie")

Jacques Leduc

Screenplay ("La Toile Du Temps")

Jean Lepine

Director Of Photography ("La Derniere Partie")

Genevieve Letarte

Music ("Desperanto Or Let Sleeping Girls Lie")

Pierre Letarte

Director Of Photography ("La Toile Du Temps")

Claude Leveille

Music

Pierre Mignot

Director Of Photography ("Rispondetemi")

Osvaldo Montes

Music ("La Derniere Partie")

Richard Paris

Art Director ("Vue D'Ailleurs")

Lea Pool

Screenplay ("Rispondetemi")

Anne Pritchard

Art Director

Anne Pritchard

Costume Designer ("En Passant")

Denise Robert

Producer (Cinemaginaire)

Patricia Rozema

Screenplay ("Desperanto Or Let Sleeping Girls Lie")

Paul Sarossy

Director Of Photography ("Vue D'Ailleurs"/"Seen From Elsewhere")

Francois Seguin

Art Director ("Desperanto Or Let Sleeping Girls Lie")

Susan Shipton

Editor ("Desperanto Or Let Sleeping Girls Lie")("En Passant")

Peter Sussman

Executive Producer (Atlantis)

David J Webb

Assistant Director ("Vue D'Ailleurs")

Film Details

Also Known As
Canvas in Time, A, Derniere Partie, Desperanto or Let Sleeping Girls Lie, En Passant, La Toile du Temps, Last Period, The, Montreal Sextet, Passing Through, Toile du Temps, La
Release Date
1991
Production Company
Atlantis Films, Ltd.; National Film Board Of Canada
Distribution Company
Cinema Pluss
Location
Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
2h 7m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States 1991

Released in United States 1992

Released in United States 1994

Shown at New York Film Festival ("Vue D'Ailleurs"/"Seen From Elsewhere" short only) September 25 - October 11, 1992.

Shown at Seattle International Film Festival May 14 - June 7, 1992.

Released in United States 1991

Released in United States 1992 (Shown at New York Film Festival ("Vue D'Ailleurs"/"Seen From Elsewhere" short only) September 25 - October 11, 1992.)

Released in United States 1992 (Shown at Seattle International Film Festival May 14 - June 7, 1992.)

Released in United States 1994 (Shown in New York City (MOMA) as part of program "Denys Arcand" November 18 - December 2, 1994.)