Holy Mountain (French: Sacrée Montagne) is a 2010 National Film Board of Canada web documentary about Mount Royal in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Holy Mountain was created by writer and journalist Hélène de Billy, photographer and filmmaker Gilbert Duclos, along with Montreal-based web design firm Departement.
The site's navigation is based on areas on the mountain, with users able to choose their own path.
Holy Mountain took sixteen people three months to develop.
At launch the site had 11 videos, with more added later for a total of 25.
These additions included videos by choreographer Marie Chouinard and filmmaker Xavier Dolan.
As of May 2011, photos and videos from the site are being displayed on a giant screen in an arrival hall at Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport, as part of an exhibition of NFB works at the airport.
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