Zachary Richard, a renowned Acadian singer, is embarking on a quest to question the relevance of Acadian identity and the resilience of his French culture. He retraces the fascinating journey of his ancestors, travelling through the Acadian regions in the Maritime Provinces of Canada and Louisiana in the United States, seeking to understand how history has shaped his culture.
This feature-length documentary, directed by Acadian filmmaker Phil Comeau, has won numerous awards and prizes, including the Audience Award and the Best Feature Film Award at the 30th Festival internationale du cinéma francophone en Acadie de Moncton.
Opening night screening of Phil Comeau’s short film Belle-Île-en-Mer, île bretonne et acadienne on Les Acadiens de Belle-Île-en-Mer in Brittany, which celebrates the 250th anniversary of the arrival on the island of their Acadian ancestors from Canada.
In the presence of director Phil Comeau.
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