Michel Brault, maitre
Michel Brault won the Best Director prize at Cannes — the only Canadian filmmaker to be so honoured — for this powerful neorealist depiction of the still notorious 1970 October Crisis.
Entre la mer et l'eau douce
Geneviève Bujold and Claude Gauthier star in Michel Brault's first fiction feature, a Québécois analogue to Goin' Down the Road about a young folk singer trying to make it big in Montreal.
Pour la suite du monde
Michel Brault and poet Pierre Perrault created a Canadian cinematic classic with this beloved cinema-verité portrait of the island community of Île-aux-Coudres.
Les bons débarras
Michel Brault provided the rich, detailed cinematography for Francis Mankiewicz's classic, Cocteau-esque tale about a ferocious, amoral thirteen-year-old girl and her determination to keep her mother's affections for herself alone.
Michel Brault and Pierre Perrault reteamed following their classic Pour la suite du monde for this compelling look at 1960s student activism, an on-the-spot document of a protest by francophone students at the University of New Brunswick.