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Pierre Falardeau

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Pierre Falardeau
BornDecember 28, 1946 (1946-12-28)
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
DiedSeptember 25, 2009 (2009-09-26)
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
OccupationFilm director, screenwriter, writer
Years active1971–2009

Pierre Falardeau (December 28, 1946 – September 25, 2009) was a Canadian film and documentary director, pamphleteer and noted activist for Quebec independence.

With regard to minorities, Falardeau stated he did not care whether someone was white, black, yellow or green with orange polka dots; those who supported independence he considered brothers and sisters, and those who did not were "the enemy".[1]

Falardeau died on September 25, 2009, following a long battle with cancer.[2]

Falardeau created some controversy during his career. For example, in 2006, a photograph surfaced of him at an August 2006 Montreal pro-peace rally about the Israel-Lebanon conflict. The picture shows Falardeau with some young men and his friend and filmmaking partner Julien Poulin holding a Hezbollah flag. When asked to comment, Falardeau responded that he approached the men to understand why they supported Hezbollah, and that the flag belonged to the young men.[3]

He also created controversy in October 2008 with a column denouncing biologist and environmentalist David Suzuki for having said he was disappointed in those Quebecers who supported the Conservative Party. Falardeau referred to Dr. Suzuki as a little goateed Jap-noodle (un petit japonouille à barbiche).[4]

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  • Continuons le combat - 1971
  • À mort - 1972
  • Les canadiens sont là - 1973
  • Le magra - 1975
  • À force de courage - 1977
  • Pea Soup - 1979
  • Speak White - 1980
  • Elvis Gratton - 1981
  • Les vacances d'Elvis Gratton - 1983
  • Pas encore Elvis Gratton! - 1985
  • Elvis Gratton: Le king des kings - 1985
  • The Party (Le Party) - 1990
  • Le steak - 1992
  • Le temps des bouffons - 1993
  • Octobre - 1994
  • Elvis Gratton II: Miracle à Memphis - 1999
  • February 15, 1839 (15 février 1839) - 2001
  • Elvis Gratton 3: Le retour d'Elvis Wong - 2004

See also


  1. ^ "Vigile Archives". January 11, 2007. Archived from the original on July 28, 2011. Retrieved March 7, 2012.
  2. ^ Retrieved September 27, 2009. Missing or empty |title= (help)[dead link]
  3. ^ Netgraphe inc. (April 23, 2009). "Canoe – Infos – Québec-Canada: Falardeau encore dans de beaux draps" (in French). Retrieved March 7, 2012.
  4. ^ Morissette, Nathaëlle. "L'hebdomadaire Ici soutient Pierre Falardeau." La Presse, 22 October 2008.

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