Bruce LaBruce

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Cameras roll on Denis Cote feature

The film is set for a 2016 release in Quebec through K-Films Amerique. (Cote pictured.)

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Karlovy Vary books 7 Canadian films

David Lambert’s Je suis a toi and Andrew Huculiak’s Violent will receive world premieres in competition.

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Bruce LaBruce at work on Twincest screenplay

Nicolas Comeau of 1976 Productions is to produce the indie feature about love and sex between identical twins.

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Pierrot Lunaire, Triptych earn Berlin prizes

The latest films by Bruce LaBruce (pictured), and Robert Lepage and Pedro Pires came away from the prestigious European festival with trophies.

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Palm Springs plans Canadian cinema spotlight

The latest films by Bruce LaBruce, Sebastien Pilote and Denis Villeneuve will screen at the California festival as part of a Spotlight on Canadian Cinema sidebar.

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Jennifer Jonas wins producers award at TIFF

The Toronto producer (pictured) accepted the prize from the Canadian Media Production Association as the Toronto International Film Festival got underway.

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Dolan film to bow in competition at Venice

And Bruce LaBruce’s Gerontophilia joins Richie Mehta’s Siddharth in the festival’s Venice Days independent sidebar (Dolan pictured).

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1976 Productions and New Real Films to produce Bruce LaBruce’s Gerontophilia

The $2 million indie film from the veteran Toronto director is described by Filmoption International’s Andrew Noble as “the gay Harold and Maude.”