The 1989 Tiananmen Square student protests, the anti-austerity movement in Greece, the Zapatista uprising, the 2012 Quebec student protests… These four key social and political events, and twenty-one more, come to life through film, narration, objects and powerful symbols in Hugo Latulippe’s 25x la révolte! exhibit. Thus, the filmmaker paints a portrait of a political generation, he explores the demands of our contemporary world, he decodes social evolution and he calls upon citizens to write a new Constitution for a new world.


GÉMEAUX (award)

Best Nature and Science Documentary; Best Sound for a Public Affairs, Documentary or Magazine Series or Program

Musée de la civilisation de Québec
Production years
Documentary and Esperamos
Executive Producers :

Michel St-Cyr, Guy Villeneuve


Hugo Latulippe



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