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GDP: Where people count

Date published : September 20, 2010 - Montreal, Quebec

Closing film of the GDP webdocumentary. A 23-minute piece which navigates between 'making of' and original content - 14 hours of films & photo essays produced over 1 year.
 
In order of appearance in the film

Hélène Choquette
Director-coordinator
Montreal, QC

Tony Young
Field director
Toronto, ON

Janice Goudie
Field director
Grand Falls-Windsor, NL

Matt Gallagher
Field director
Windsor & Oshawa, ON

Renaud Philippe
Photographer
Northern Ontario

Vali Fugulin
Field director
Saguenay Lac St-Jean, QC

Vincent Audet-Nadeau
Field director
Montreal, QC

Paul Arsenault
Field director
Dalhousie, NB

Dominic Morissette
Field director & photographer
Montreal, QC

Goh Iromoto
Photographer
Toronto, ON

Matt Palmer 
Field director
Calgary, AB

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Editor
Claude Lemay

Director-coordinator
Hélène Choquette

Original score
Robert-Marcel Lepage


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Comments(2)

The lessons of GDP

 

By Marie-Claude Dupont, GDP producer - Date published: September 22, 2010 - Montreal, Quebec

In response to Mr Pearce, For a more in-depth look of the GDP project, I invite you to browse our blog. Over the course of the year, our team has posted multiple articles about our daily challenges, the research, the choice of our characters, the web documentary ethics, the editing, our web processes, and so on. We tried to share as many information we could with our users, while conducting...

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And the people behind the people and the process

 

By Patrick Pearce - Date published: September 20, 2010 - Montreal, Quebec

Good making-of, focussing on the subjects with directors insights. As webdoc series are still very much an emerging media form, I would also like to see a more in-depth behind-the-scenes look at the whole GDP production process - choosing directors and stories, producers discussing stories with directors, editing choices, posting choices, offline screenings and reactions, general challenges and...

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