Video – The making of the promotional video on the 150th anniversary of the Canadian Confederation in 2017

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Transcript of The making of the promotional video on the 150th anniversary of the Canadian Confederation in 2017

This is a bilingual video, the narration is in both English and French.

Music is playing in the background.

[Text on screen: The Making Of Canada’s 150th video]

[Text on screen: Le Making Of de la vidéo du 150e anniversaire du Canada]

[Close-up of an iron sliding on a piece of fabric]

[Close-up of two women]

Diane Dugas (translated from French to English): “Hello!”

Annie Lefebvre (translated from French to English): “We have been shopping for costumes for the actors on the set.”

[Clothes on a rack]

[Scenes of different employees in meetings]

[A woman on the street releasing two Canada 150 balloons]

[A technician checks the sound]

[Three people dancing on the set]

[A sunset]

[Birds flying in the sky]

[A woman laughing with a young actor while doing his makeup]

Caroline Tessier (translated from French to English): “For me, make-up has been a passion for many years. I have also had the opportunity to indulge it in my department on a micro-mission. This is a fine chance to be part of a creative project for the 150th anniversary.”

[Various scenes during which the makeup artists are working with the actors]

[A man putting helium into Canada 150 balloons]

[Outdoor set with equipment]

[Cameraman and technicians adjusting the equipment]

Alexandre Carrière: “I love that.”

[Cameraman running while shooting a scene]

[A boy and a girl running in a field with a kite]

[A girl holding an iPad and the boy and girl running in the background with a kite]

[A bouquet of Canada 150 balloons]

[A member of the crew holding a bouquet of balloons]

[ID card of one of the members of the crew “Canada 150 Équipe vidéo Video team”]

Nelson Davis: “I was really excited and happy to be part of this project and what better way for (you know) us public servants to really show Canadians how much we love Canada and that we’re proud of the work we do for Canadians.”

[The crew working on a scene]

[Close-up of Nelson Davis]

[Different scenes of the Behind-the-scene action and crew working]

Jessie Turner: “How is it going?”

Alexandre Carrière: “Action!”

[Montage of short scenes of the making of the film, followed by the end product one after another]

Alexandre Carrière: “And action!”

Francis Chartrand: “We had a lot of fun this morning. We set up the scene with all the food. That was done so we took everything out and now we’re putting a different set back in. Just helping our set designer put the final touches and we’re ready to go!”

Erika Mayhew: “I’m second A.D. My role is to make sure the talent’s on time, they’re ready on set, and they’re doing what they’re supposed to be doing while were shooting.”

[The crew working on the set]

Alexandre Carrière: “…And action!”

[Montage of short scenes of the making of the film, followed by the end product one after another]

Nelson Davis: “Maybe a hundred and fifty years from now, public servants are going to be able to look back at it and say “Listen we did something for this celebration” and we really did an amazing job and we wanted to show Canadians how much we’re proud of the work we do and this is exactly the project to do it.”

[The crew working on the set]

Chantal Robillard (translated from French to English): “As federal employees, our role is to arouse Canadians’ enthusiasm for celebrating the 150th anniversary of Confederation!”

[Logo of Canada 150]
[Text on screen: Canada 150
#Canada150]

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