Discover Charlevoix, the St. Lawrence, the backcountry
 

Discover Charlevoix, the St. Lawrence, the backcountry

Destinations to explore March 18, 2019
The Équerre right-angle turn of the Malbaie River, Hautes Gorges, Charlevoix. Photo: Jean-Luc Dupuis
The Équerre of the Malbaie River, Hautes Gorges, Charlevoix.  Photo: Jean-Luc Dupuis
Witness a larger-than-life show starring the charming region of Charlevoix. A new documentary film, Charlevoix St-Lawrence River and Backcountry, takes viewers through the seasons to pay tribute to amazing landscapes. Using exceptional images, the film reveals the history of the region, its culture, its activities and its people. This fifth installment of the Série Charlevoix will convince you of the beauty of this part of the province.

Pictures that are worth a thousand words

Charlevoix St-Lawrence River and Backcountry is a 40-minute travel film and mosaic of sound and culture. The four seasons are explored with breathtaking views captured by Jean-Luc Dupuis and scored by Suzie Gagnon. These two filmmakers combined their talents to showcase their love for their region. The vastness of the scenery is highlighted with bird’s-eye-view filming that gives you the impression of soaring above the mountains, grazing the river and being a part of this incredible nature. When you’re back on land, you’ll feel like going biking along the shore, dogsledding on snowy trails or skating with friends.

Out to conquer the world

The Cap au Saumon Lighthouse, Charlevoix. Photo: Jean-Luc Dupuis
The Cap au Saumon Lighthouse, Charlevoix. Photo: Jean-Luc Dupuis

The filmmakers are so enamoured of their region that they want tourists from all over the world to visit it. That’s why it has been narrated in English, Spanish, Japanese and Russian. The film is available online for anyone who would like to plan a trip to this UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve. It’s sure to become an essential promotional tool for Charlevoix.

Give the gift of Charlevoix

This documentary is guaranteed to leave you enchanted, and you’ll want to share it with your loved ones! A Signature USB key containing the film can be purchased online or at the Musée de Charlevoix, the Manoir Richelieu, the Musée d’art contemporain in Baie-Saint-Paul and many other local shops.


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