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Baillargeon and Baylaucq named NFB filmmakers in residence

In a recent announcement by the National Film Board (NFB) of Canada, documentary filmmakers Paule Baillargeon and Philippe Baylaucq were named cinéastes en résidence or filmmakers-in-residence for the NFB's French Program. Both filmmakers have distinguished careers creating Francophone documentary films, including Baillargeon's multiple Gemini Award winner Claude Jutra: An Unfinished Story and Baylaucq's A Dream for Kabul.
April 13, 2009

In a recent announcement by the National Film Board (NFB) of Canada, documentary filmmakers Paule Baillargeon and Philippe Baylaucq were named cinéastes en résidence or filmmakers-in-residence for the NFB’s French Program. Both filmmakers have distinguished careers creating Francophone documentary films, including Baillargeon’s multiple Gemini Award winner Claude Jutra: An Unfinished Story and Baylaucq’s A Dream for Kabul.

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