Pour la suite du monde
|Pour la suite du monde|
|Directed by||Michel Brault
|Produced by||Fernand Dansereau|
|Written by||Michel Brault
|Narrated by||Stanley Jackson|
|Edited by||Werner Nold|
|Distributed by||National Film Board of Canada|
A work of ethnofiction, the film follows residents of Île aux Coudres, an island in the Saint Lawrence River in Quebec, as they agree to re-enact their traditional Beluga whale hunt for the filmmakers, one last time.
The film features local residents Léopold Tremblay, Alexis Tremblay, Abel Harvey, Louis Harvey and Joachim Harvey.
The film is considered a milestone work in the history of Direct Cinema. It received a special award and was named film of the year at the 1964 Canadian Film Awards. In 1984 the Toronto International Film Festival ranked the film eighth in the Top 10 Canadian Films of All Time.
Alternate English versions and titles
The film has been screened in various versions and with no less than four English-language titles. At its 1963 Cannes premiere, it was billed as For Those Who Will Follow. The NFB has also promoted the film in English as Of Whales, the Moon and Men  or The Moontrap, depending upon whether it was the 105 minute or 84 minute version, respectively. The release of a 2007 "Île-aux-Coudres Trilogy" DVD trilogy also translates the film title as For the Ones to Come.
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- "Awards". Of Whales, the Moon and Men collections page. National Film Board of Canada. Retrieved 2009-03-10.
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- "Of Whales, the Moon and Men". National Film Board of Canada collections page. Retrieved 2009-03-08.
- "The Moontrap". National Film Board of Canada collections page. Retrieved 2009-03-09.
- "Île-aux-Coudres Trilogy - Disc 1". National Film Board of Canada collections page. Retrieved 2009-03-09.
- "Pour la suite du monde". National Film Board of Canada collections page. Retrieved 2009-03-08.