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Day After Day

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A film produced in 1962 that looks at life in a small paper-mill town in Québec where most of the 6 500 inhabitants derive their livelihood from the one industry. Day after day, the same work, the same hours, the same machines, the same product, until the entire routine of living becomes but a reflection of the dominant routine of the mill. This is the film's theme as it probes to the very core of company-town life.

1962, 27 min 30 s

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Notable Film Award
Calvin Workshop Awards
February 1 1968, New York - USA

Silver Award - Category: Films as Art
Golden Gate Awards Competition & International Film Festival
October 30 to November 12 1963, San Francisco - USA

Certificate of Merit - Category:Arts and Experimental
Genie Awards
May 10 1963, Montréal - Canada

Special Award for Black and White Cinematography given to Guy Borremans
Genie Awards
May 10 1963, Montréal - Canada

Best Black and White Photographie
Canadian Cinematography Awards
May 10 1963, Montréal - Canada

President's Prize
Midwest Film Festival - University of Chicago
April 28 to May 5 1963, Chicago - USA