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Chris1989

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About Chris1989

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    30, lover of urbanity and art
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    Montreal
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    Filmmaker

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  1. The story of the famous 19th century tavern in Old Montreal and the present-day icon in Little Burgundy (and the famous people who love it)
  2. thanks, editing it made me realize I haven't been up there in forever I need to make a trip.
  3. A love letter to Mont Royal shown through the lens of tourists exploring its beautiful trails, iconic landmarks and spectacular lookout points.
  4. First video of 2021! A love letter to Mont Royal shown through the lens of tourists exploring its beautiful trails, iconic landmarks and spectacular lookout points.
  5. Merci Steve I went to film school and always loved this Canadian classic, so with Christmas here decided to make a different type of video - a love letter to an iconic Christmas horror film, with a small creepy Montreal connection. This might not be for everyone! Spoiler Warning for Black Christmas (1974) Merry Christmas! Joyeux Noël à tous!
  6. I had so much footage from Old Montreal about different spots I also made a little video about Le Petit Dep, which claims to have been around since 1822. I assume it was a general store that's been open in that spot since 1822 and not this actual shop, but still cool!
  7. Is Cité Mémoire still going on? Made a little video about it anyway..
  8. I did! But it's already three years old, I've come across so much amazing footage since then I may have to do a re-edit Here's my newest, a big video exploring Vieux-Montréal and many of the historic structures in the area, with tourists who are truly blown away by what they see. It got me thinking that Old Montreal should (like Vieux-Quebec) be designated a UNESCO World Heritage site at some point in the near future...
  9. Montreal's oldest church, founded in 1655 and rebuilt in 1773 after a fire. According to some, it may be the oldest still functioning church in North America.
  10. Was my most anticipated building and it may have exceeded my expectations.
  11. Montrealers think it's nothing special, but tourists can't believe it exists. La ville souterraine!
  12. Wow not terrible! Nice Friday surprise!
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