Interview with Directors of A Place of Tide and Time

A Place of Tide and Time is a documentary from directors Sébastien Rist and Aude Leroux-Lévesque which focuses on the isolated community of The Lower North Shore in Quebec, Canada. What is different with the directors' approach is the fact that all generations living there are given a voice, as compared to only focusing on a single generation's opinion, like most contemporary works. We see the younger generation’s enthusiasm for what life has in store for them after graduating high school, with an unclear path that they try to make their own. This is compared to the older generation who has lived on and off The Lower North Shore that want to work with the younger generation to try to preserve the identity of this isolated region’s cultural heritage.

Remi had the chance to interview Aude Leroux-Lévesque for an episode of At The Movies Extra. Locally, A Place of Tide and Time is currently in a retrospective showcase on various days at Cinéma du Musée and has screenings on February 12th, 13th, and 16th at Cinémathèque Québécoise.

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