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Those Who Come, Will Hear

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Those Who Come, Will Hear[1] (French: Ceux qui viendront, l'entendront) is a 2018 Canadian film directed by Simon Plouffe. It was screened at the 56th Ann Arbor Film Festival where it has won the Jury Award. The film proposes a unique meeting with the speakers of several indigenous and inuit languages of Quebec.

Summary[edit | edit source]

This documentary proposes a unique meeting with the speakers of several indigenous and inuit languages of Quebec. The film starts with the discovery of these unsung tongues through listening to the daily life of those who still speak them today. Buttressed by an exploration and creation of archives[2], the film allows us to better understand the musicality of these languages and reveals the cultural and human importance of these venerable oral traditions by nourishing a collective reflection on the consequences of their disappearance.

Release[edit | edit source]

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    • Quebec : June 8 2018, Cinémathèque québécoise
    • Canada : May 15 2018 Vancouver (DOXA), July 2018 (Gimli Film Festival, Manitoba), August 2018 Regina (RIFFA)
    • USA : March 2018 (56th Ann Arbor Film Festival)
    • UK : August 10 2018 (Open City Film Festival, Londres)
    • Chile : October 2018 (Festival autochtone Ficwallmapu, Temuco)
    • Guatemala : November 16 2018 (Festival Ìcaro)
    • Austria : December 1st 2018 (This Human World)


Accolades[edit | edit source]

Awards and mentions[edit | edit source]

  • 2018: Prix du Jury au Ann Arbor Film Festival (56e édition), Michigan, États-Unis
  • 2018: Mention Honorable, Colin Low Award, DOXA, Vancouver, Canada
  • 2018: Mention Honorable, Experimental Film Forum, Los Angeles, Californie, États-Unis
  • 2018: Meilleur documentaire Ficwallmapu, Temuco, Chili,

Selection[edit | edit source]

  • Ann Arbor Film Festival (56e édition), Michigan, États-Unis (gagnant du Prix du Jury)
  • DOXA, Vancouver, Canada (Mention Honorable, Colin Low Award)
  • Open City Documentary Festival, Londres (nominée pour le Emerging filmmaker award)
  • Gimli Film Festival, Manitoba, Canada
  • RIFFA (Regina international film festival), Saskatchewan, Canada (en compétition pour meilleur documentaire canadien)
  • Cine Las Americas, Austin, Texas, États-Unis
  • 12 Muestra de cine video indigena, Chili
  • Ficwallmapu, Temuco, Chili (gagnant du meilleur documentaire)
  • Portland Film Festival, OR, États-Unis
  • Ìcaro, Guatemala
  • This is Human World Film Festival, Vienne, Autriche (en compétition dans la section Up & Coming)
  • Red Nation, Los Angleles, Californie, USA

External links[edit | edit source]

Official film page on the distributor Les Films du 3 Mars website.

IMDB film page.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. The title of this film comes from est a poem from the innue writer Joséphine Bacon paru chez Mémoire d'encrier. BACON, Joséphine. Bâtons à messages / Tshissinuatshitakana. Montréal, Mémoire d’encrier (collection Poésie n° 26), 2009, 144 p., isbn 978-2-923713-09-0; « When a word is offered, it never dies. Those who come will hear. » « Quand une parole est offerte, elle ne meurt jamais. Ceux qui viendront l'entendront. » (French) « Menutakuaki aimun, apu nita nipumakak. Tshika petamuat nikan tshe takushiniht. » (innu-aimun)
  2. 16 mm film stock


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