Point of View Magazine: Minority Report

John Walker explores his family history as an Anglophone in Quebec My Country Mon Pays

By Matthew Hays, Point of View Magazine

Hays offers an extensive profile of Quebec My Country Mons Pays, focusing on the political tensions still felt today and on Walker’s sympathies toward the existential dread felt by both Franco and Anglo communities in Quebec.

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Interview: Meet the Filmmakers – Quebec Mon Country Mon Pays

Meet John Walker, director of Hot Docs 2016 official selection Quebec Mon Country Mon Pays!

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Audio Interview: « Québec my Country Mon Pays » au festival Hot Docs

Entrevue avec Ann Bernier, la productice du film «Quebec My country Mon pays»

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Review, NOW Toronto: Quebec My Country Mon Pays

Master Filmmaker John Walker’s Moving Personal Journey Through Quebec’s Quiet Revolution

Review By Norman Wilner, NOW Toronto

Wilner praises Walker’s quiet and personal take on the history of Quebec’s distinct society.

Rating: NNNN

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the Star: Director revisits exodus from Quebec in documentary

John Walker’s Quebec My Country Mon Pays has its world premiere at Hot Docs on April 30.

By: Martin Knelman, The Star

Knelman sees connections between the departure of English-speaking residents from Quebec and the flight of the Israelites from Egypt thousands of years ago. He highlights the slowly developing antagonism toward English-speakers during the post-war years in contrast to Walker’s innocent childhood.

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Northernstars: Canadian Films at Hot Docs

By Ralph Lucas, Northernstars

Quebec My Country Mons Pays is one of several Canadian films screening at Hot Docs 2016, North America’s largest documentary festival.

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the Star: Operation Avalanche just one Hot Docs film that dares to challenge the official story

Who’s that strange man standing outside of the spacesuit? It’s a scene from Apollo 11 hoax thriller Operation Avalanche, one of many Hot Docs films that challenge the official story about famous events and people.

By Peter Howell, The Star

Quebec My Country Mons Pays is one of several highly anticipated films to challenge viewers at Hot Docs 2016, North America’s largest documentary festival.

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Review, The Film Corner: Quebec My Country Mon Pays – Hot Docs 2016

Master Filmmaker John Walker’s Moving Personal Journey Through Quebec’s Quiet Revolution

Review By Greg Klymkiw, The Film Corner

Quebec My Country Mons Pays prompts Klymkiw to consider how place defines us, and thinks back to his own family’s history in Ukraine and how they were forced to leave their homes under Russian rule.

Rating: **** 4-Stars

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Audio Interview: Ann Bernier nous parle du film « Quebec My country Mon pays »

Entrevue avec Ann Bernier, la productice du film «Quebec My country Mon pays»

To listen, go to choqfm.ca

Interview, FERNTV: How to Make Sense of Everything

Director John Walker Goes to His Family to Find Answers…

By Fernando Fernandez, FERNTV

Fernandez interviews John Walker at the Hot Docs 2016 press conference about his new documentary, Quebec My Country Mons Pays.

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