Soon a Guinness Record for Acadian Director Phil Kamous

Soon a Guinness Record for Acadian Director Phil Kamous

With the award presented by Indie Movies Spark, the international film festival in Utrecht, Netherlands, Phil Como holds the record for the most awards won by a documentary film in the world.

He has won several awards in around 60 countries since the release of his documentary in 2019.

i already contacted them and they told me i can send [l’inscription] When I want, because it’s clear I won the recordsays Phil Comu.

“Belle-Alle en Acadie” is a documentary by Nova Scotian filmmaker Phil Comeau.

Photo: Courtesy of Phil Comeau

He waits a month before sending his official file to the organization, with the question of submitting more awards.

There are still more festivals to come and I don’t want me to step down from another film so soon after a year, two years or five years.Connects to documentary filmmakers from Saulnierville, Nova Scotia.

Mr. Kamau self-promotes his documentary Belle-Ile in Acadia, so that it can be shown at festivals, where there used to be snowfall. Given that the work won awards, other festivals wanted it in their programming.

Belle-Ile in Acadia The film was shot before and during Congress Mondial Acadian in Maritimes in 2019. Documentary filmmakers meet and follow a group of Acadians who have come to France to visit Belle-le-en-Mer cousins Then trace the places of origin of their exiled ancestors.

This is the sequel of his film Belle-le-en-Mer, Breton and the Acadian Islands which follows a group of Acadians from here who set out to discover the region and the Acadians of Bellillois in France.

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Based on information from Amelie Gosselin


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