1. Thousands celebrate the Tintamarre in Madawaska


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    Thousands of people flooded Main Street in downtown Madawaska to celebrate the Tintamarre, a noise parade. The parade was part of the 2014 Acadian World Congress.

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    • Sauce Magazine presents: Peacemaker Lobster & Crab Co.


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      Robert Leighton Films www.robertleightonfilms.com

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      • Breaking Bread: Port Au Port, Newfoundland


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        Part 9 of a 10 part series travelling across Canada with The Huffington Post. http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/brian-trinh/catherine-fenwick-cape-st-george-bread-oven-_b_5546194.html?ncid=tweetlnkushpmg00000067

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        • Louisiana Alligators


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          A collection of close up footage of Louisiana Alligators. This is raw non-cinematic video. Another one will be edited and uploaded at a later date. Filmed in HD with a Canon 60D and EF 70-200mm f/2.8L lens.

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          • Jonah Haché - Multi-Media Artist


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            A sample of the media arts related performances Jonah Haché does such as live music with projections, dancing, sound reactive lights and projected object installations. These samples are from performances from Aberdeen Cultural Center, Messtival, Frye Festival, Follyfest, Evolve Festival, Jonah Haché's Exhausted Autopilot CD release and other live performances. The video was edited by Jonah Haché to paint a bit of a picture of his audio to visual syncopation he likes to maintain as a multi-media artist.

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            • Mi'Kmaq-Acadian Cultural Festival


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              Mi'Kmaq and Acadian cultures come together for festival for celebration at Fort Point Museum.

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              • Looking For Trouble


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                Violence at Cajun dances, bars, and night clubs increased exponentially after the Civil War. Locals coped with economic collapse and the horrors of war by formulating an honor code, one that defined how Cajuns settled disputes. "Looking for Trouble," the first documentary by David M. Brasseaux, examines the often bloody conflicts that raged in two Acadia Parish communities during the twentieth century. This film portrays the dramatic memory of knife-toting bullies and their pistol-carrying victims who interrupted social life in Pointe Noire and Marais Bouleur.

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                • Jonah Haché - Messy Messages (Live at Plan B 13-02-28)


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                  Filmed by Louis-Philippe Chiasson, Brock Gallant and Jeremie Boudreau Edited by Jonah Haché

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                  • Jonah Haché - EXHAUSTED AUTOPILOT CD RELEASE & MUSIC VIDEO RELEASE - FEB 28 - Plan B


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                    FACEBOOK EVENT: https://www.facebook.com/events/122558261244265/?fref=ts BANDCAMP: http://jonahhache.bandcamp.com/ PODCASTS: https://soundcloud.com/jonahhache THURS | FEB 28 | PLAN B LOUNGE | $6 LINE UP: DJerry Dancerderson Different Dance Party Jonah Haché VJ'ing From: Kevin McIntyre Lightshow Toys From: Messtival's Eye Candy Light Reactive Live Art From: Legasee Andrew Robson Hi5s from: A bunch of people Come, be merry with one another, dance and drink beverages. (*Note*: video content from Louis Philippe Chiasson & Danderson.)

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                    • Savoy Family Band at File Gumbo in London


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                      Some of the shots from the Savoy Family Band in London. I shot this as part of an ongoing documentary about the Acadian Exile "Au Bout Du Monde"

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