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Arthur Lamothe (1928–2013)

Arthur Lamothe was born on December 7, 1928 in Saint-Mont, Gers, France. He was a director and writer, known for Le silence des fusils (1996), Bûcherons de la Manouane (1962) and Equinoxe (1986). He died on September 18, 2013 in Montréal, Québec, Canada. See full bio »

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Le silence des fusils
Equinoxe Director
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 1986 Equinoxe
 1981 Innu Asi (Documentary)
 1981 Mushuau Innu (Documentary)
 1980 Pukuanipanan (Documentary)
 1980 Ninan Nitassinan (Documentary)
 1980 Innium Nipatakanu (Documentary)
 1978 Snowshoe (Documentary short)
 1976 Carcajou et le péril blanc (Documentary)
 1976 Ntesi nana shepen 2 (Documentary)
 1975 Ntesi nana shepen 1 (Documentary)
 1974 Mistashipu (Documentary)
 1970 Le mépris n'aura qu'un temps (Documentary)
 1968 Ce soir-là, Gilles Vigneault... (Documentary)
 1963 De Montréal à Manicouagan (Short documentary)
 1962 Bûcherons de la Manouane (Short)
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He was awarded the C.M. (Member of the Order of Canada) on November 15, 1995 for his services to the performing arts in Canada. See more »

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