Radio & Television

Crave to air documentary on Black comedians in Quebec

MONTRÉAL — As part of Black History Month, Bell Media’s Crave will air the documentary Une fois c’t’un noir (It Was Once a Black), a retrospective look at the humour of Black comedians in Quebec from the end of the 1970s until now, on Friday, Feb. 4. Directed by Frédéric Pierre, this 60-minute documentary features Normand Brathwaite, Boucar Diouf, Garihanna Jean-Louis, Anthony Kavanagh, Eddy King, Michel Mpambara and Erich Preach. These “outstanding personalities with varied and fascinating backgrounds” all return “with honesty, sometimes with seriousness, sometimes with humour, on their careers, on the prejudices they faced when becoming public figures...

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