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Jean-Marc Vallee to direct Janis Joplin biopic

The U.S. project Get It While You Can reunites the Canadian director with the creative team behind Dallas Buyers Club.

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TIFF ’14: Jean-Marc Vallee plans return to French-language films

“…I have a few U.S. films back-to-back and then I’ll do my French Canadian project after that,” the Dallas Buyers Club and Wild director told Playback Daily.

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What Dallas Buyer’s Club’s awards run means at the B.O.

As Jean-Marc Vallee’s AIDS drama becomes a best picture threat with six Oscar nominations, Remstar deftly tips the film into a wide release to capitalize on the award season buzz.

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Jean-Marc Vallee’s Dallas Buyers Club grabs slew of Oscar noms

There’s a best picture nod, while leads Matthew McConaughey and Jared Leto contend in acting categories. In the doc category, Stories We Tell misses the cut.

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The Dirties, Watermark, Gabrielle shortlisted for top TFCA award

The three Canadian film finalists will contend for the $100,000 Best Canadian Feature Award.

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Jean-Marc Vallee’s Dallas Buyers Club opens strong in U.S. market

Focus Features reports the drama did better stateside on a per-screen average than in Canada, where the film opened on three screens in Toronto and Montreal.

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TIFF13: Sobol, McKellar, Chechik films to get gala treatment

Director and CEO Piers Handling and artistic director Cameron Bailey also on Tuesday morning announced the festival’s opening and closing galas.

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Remstar, D Films add U.S. dramas to distribution slates

Remstar picks up star-studded thrillers Parkland and Dark Places, while D Films brings in The Attack (pictured).

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Remstar Films takes Jean-Marc Vallee’s Dallas Buyers Club

The Montreal-based distributor will distribute the film, starring Matthew McConaughey (pictured), Jennifer Garner and Jared Leto, in Canada in 2013.