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Title:10 DAYS, 48 HOURS
Title year:1985
Also known as:10 JOURS, 48 HEURES (French Title)
Original dialogue(s):English
voice over
Running time:85 min 58 sec
Premiere date:15-02-87 Montréal (La Cinémathèque québécoise: Les Rendez-vous du cinéma québécois) 19h30 February 15, 1987
Description:March 1985. After a six-month strike, the trawlers are once again heading out from Bonavista, bound for fishing grounds on the Grand Banks, off the coast of Labrador. They will fish for 10 days, then return to land for 48 hours. The camera follows the fishing expedition of the ZANDBERG, as it returns to shore and unloads its catch, which is immediately frozen before being shipped to the Danvers plant, near Boston, where it will be other words, prepared in whatever manner is popular at the time.

Credited as:
Director(s):Georges Dufaux

Credited as: Character name:
Actor(s):Anne Caron
Mario Desmarais
Hubert Gagnon
Éric Gandry

Credited as:
Producer(s):Éric Michel
Associate producers(s):Shelagh McKenzie

Credited as:
Editor(s):George Dufaux
Catherine Martin
Photography:Georges Dufaux

Support:16mm Col Kodak 7291, 7294

Festival(s):Halifax (Atlantic Film Festival: NFB Theatre)October 24, 1986

Financial %:
Co-finance:Country production

Location(s):St. Margarets Bay (NB)
Saint John's (NF)
Laboratory:Office National du Film

CFFD Reference No.: 1557