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SHORT DOCUMENTARY

Witness the ups and downs, talent and determination of the unique LeBlanc Family from Canada. Guided by their father, three young sisters prepare to present their ancestral Acadian musical traditions abroad.
(Film almost entirely shot on iPhone).

Director Biography

Francine Hébert has been working in the film and television industry since 2002. As a Director and documentary scriptwriter, she finds inspiration in stories filled with humanity, while touching on broader contemporary social issues. She directed her first documentary, "Cafeteria", in 2015 with the National Film Board of Canada. In 2018, she directed "Noah, 18 years old", produced by Spira film and FICFA. Both short documentaries received the Best French-Canadian film prize at the Rendez-Vous Québec Cinéma in Montreal, amongst other prizes. Other official selections include the Oscar recognized Festival REGARD, FIN Atlantic International Film Festival, the Festival de cinema de la ville de Québec and the Percéides Film Festival, amongst others. "A Way of Being Together" is her third documentary, entirely self-produced and independently shot with an iPhone.
Francine HĂ©bert
Francine HĂ©bert
Francine HĂ©bert
2021
26 Minutes
New Brunswick, Canada
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