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Proudly She Marches

Réalisé par Jane Marsh
Canada, 1943 (documentaire, 18 minutes, noir et blanc, anglais)
Autre titre : « Carrières de femmes »
Proudly She Marches
Photo © Office national du film du Canada
Vidéo (Office national du film du Canada) [anglais]

Description du film :
« Plus de 30 000 femmes se sont enrôlées dans l'Armée. Les Canadiennes luttent maintenant avec les hommes contre l'ennemi. Nous les voyons à l'entraînement et pendant qu'elles assument leurs nouvelles fonctions. »
-- Office national du film du Canada (source)

Générique (partiel) :
Produit par : Raymond Spottiswoode
Interprètes principaux : Gudrun Bjerring, Joan Hunter, Jane Irwin, Shirley Jackson
Musique : Louis Applebaum
Société de production : National Film Board of Canada / Office national du film du Canada
(sources)

Citations sur Proudly She Marches [en anglais]

« This film [Proudly She Marches], made ostensibly to encourage female recruitment, concluded with positive observations about women in the present and future. Unfortunately, the female narrator was replaced by a male to make the points. »
-- Gary Evans (source)

« Chosen to represent the Women's Royal Canadian Naval Service in a National Film Board production which is a story of Canadian women in the air force, army and navy, Janey [Martin] has a featured role in Proudly She Marches, which is being shown in theatres across Canada now and for the next three months. Is she excited? No! [...] The slim blonde naval typist from Windsor would rather be a Wren than a movie star, though she has qualifications for both positions. She considers herself quite an ordinary Wren, doing an ordinary sort of job, and coming from an ordinary background. But her part in the film is definitely more than ordinary [...]. »
-- Globe and Mail (source)

« As they made a case for the importance of women's contribution to the war industry, the message in NFB films such as Proudly She Marches [...] was that this work would be merely temporary. The film even hints that such line of activity (e.g., working in heavy industries or as military personnel) is 'unnatural' for women. »
-- Malek Khouri (source)

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