Angryphone: The Struggle for Canada in Quebec

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Title
Angryphone: The Struggle for Canada in Quebec
Abstract
Following two Quebec referendums on independence and 30 years of evermore restrictive language laws, the filmmaker maintains that there emerged a counter revolution in Quebec in the 1990s: the Angryphone Movement. Filmmaker Jimmy K interviewed prominent players in the so-called Angryphone Movement (Howard Galganov, William Johnson, Brent Tyler, Richard Lehir, Keith Henderson and Kristian Gravenor) and discussed Quebec language laws, the Anglophone exodus, the referendums, the Clarity Act, and the civil and language rights events, boycotts and protests.
Date
2008
Language
en
Citation
K, Jimmy. Angryphone: The Struggle for Canada in Quebec, 2008.
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