A young Innu returns to the sight of the Indian Residential School in Sept-Îles to deliver a poetic tribute to its victims.
Part poem and part documentary, this film is dedicated to the victims of residential schools. Uprooted Generation includes reflections on cultural disconnection, personal and community trauma, resilience and the healing power of art.
With Françoise Césarie Fontaine
Camera Frédéric Julien, François Jacob
Sound Recording Réal Jr Leblanc, Matilde Matkovic
Additional Images Tobie Fraser
Set photographer Matilde Matkovic
Editing Frédéric Julien
Translation Réal Jr Leblanc
Music Kevin MacLeod
Sound Mixing Daniel Toussaint
Local Coordination Réal Jr Leblanc, Mélina Vassiliou
Filmmakers Mentors Frédéric Julien, François Jacob
Youth intervenor Matilde Matkovic
Archives Collection de Sylvain «Putu» Vollant et Françoise Césarie Fontaine
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