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Who is Jean-Claude Labrecque?
Jean-Claude Labrecque, CM CQ is a director and cinematographer who learned the basics of filmmaking at the Quebec Film Office and the National Film Board of Canada.
- also known as J.-C. Labrecque
- born on (77 years ago) in Quebec City
- nationality: Canada
- profession: Film director, cinematographer, film editor, screenwriter
- films written:
- film produced: Andre Mathieu, Musicien
- films directed:
- some of the nominations and awards:
- nominated to BAFTA Award for Best Short Film - "60 Cycles"
- nominated to Genie Award for Best Achievement in Direction - "The Coffin Affair"
- nominated to Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television Award for Best Screenplay - "The Coffin Affair", with Jacques Benoit
- nominated to Genie Award for Best Feature Length Documentary - "Andre Mathieu, Musicien", with Micheline Blais
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A-F : index by Lynne Warren
A documentary directed by Jean-Claude Labrecque, 60 Cycles (1965), for instance, was the first film to use a 1,000-mm lens in an opening shot that remains famous: a group of cyclists is shown riding towards the camera with the impression ...
by Paul Robert Magocsi, Multicultural History Society of Ontario
A socio-political approach was also demonstrated by Jean-Claude Labrecque in La visile du General de Gaulle au ...
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