Location: Gatineau Zone
Description: Come to the screening of the pseudo-documentary “A pseudo-history of Old Hull (with dinosaurs).”
Our project showcases something exciting that has never been done before in the area. The location that we have chosen has a strange atmosphere that can be transformed into a really exciting place. An original hype-filled documentary will be screened in the hopes of creating an electrifying evening. Synopsis: The pseudo-documentary “A pseudo-history of Old Hull (with dinosaurs)” will be projected on a wall under the Alexandra Bridge. “Frénésie! Frénésie! Don’t go there! There are lots of dinosaurs on the corner of Wellington and Eddy!” It’s the story of a little girl named Frénésie that lived in a neighbourhood called Little Chicago. It was a poor area, inhabited by workers, the sky always darkened by smoke from the factory chimneys. You must be asking yourselves where the neighbourhood got its name. Such a tragic story! It’s the story of Little Chicago, the first dinosaur that was hunted in Old-Hull.