"Jane Marsh shot Alexis Tremblay: Habitant with Judith Crawley on camera. Originally, Jane Marsh had a disinterested cameraman shooting the film and said that 'every time I wanted to shoot something, he was over there doing other things...' When she replaced him with Judith Crawley, she said that 'the whole thing came into focus... it just sparkles because she's so good.'"
-- Mary Teresa Nash
Nash, Mary Teresa. "Images of women in National Film Board of Canada Films During World War II and the Post-War Years (1939-1949)." PhD diss., McGill University, 1983. (p. 188)