Quebec is full of visual treasures: its diversity is excellent and often underestimated. This is why our promotional video aims to highlight the richness of the natural landscapes and places in the regions of Quebec and their potential in terms of filming locations. This new video is intended to be a fantastic business card for the QFTC in its international promotional efforts and is also an asset to promote Quebec as a filming destination.
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From the foothills of the Appalachians to the St. Lawrence plains, the Centre-du-Québec region covers 6,910 square kilometres. The charm of rural villages and the views of the St. Lawrence River are among the region’s assets.
The Capitale-Nationale region offers a wide variety of natural settings and truly is the perfect environment for filming. The Old Québec neighbourhood is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The historic capital is unique in North America for its remarkable architecture, European ambience and military fortifications. In fact, it’s the only fortified city north of Mexico.
Among the many remarkable features, you will find magnificent, pristine parks; villages with numerous historic buildings, some dating back to New France; the rigorously reconstructed village of Wendake, home of the Huron-Wendat Nation; the dramatic landscapes along the banks of the majestic St. Lawrence River, and many other others. A film office and an experienced local workforce are at your service.
From the shores of the St. Lawrence to the highlands, the Bas-Saint-Laurent region is a rich tapestry of maritime, lakeside, farming and forest landscapes… Its villages, islands, lighthouses, national parks and marine mammals are among the region’s assets.
A landscape of contrasting scenery of lakes and rivers, the vast region of Abitibi-Témiscamingue is situated north of the Ottawa river region, along the Quebec-Ontario border. It is inhabited by friendly people who take pride in sharing their history and culture.
Nord-du-Québec is the largest administrative region in Quebec, covering 55% of the total area of the province with its 839,000 square kilometres that include 121,000 square kilometres of lakes and rivers. Ivujivik, the northernmost town in Quebec, is located more than 1,900 km as the crow flies from Montréal and less than 502 km from the Arctic Circle. The 11,000 inhabitants — primarily Inuit — live in 14 villages located mostly on the coast, at the river mouths. Kuujjuaq, the administrative capital, has a population of 2,300.