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Xavier Dolan’s latest among four projects backed by Quebecor Fund

Matthias et Maxine and three other French-language features will receive a share of $920,000 through Quebecor Fund’s Film Production Assistance program.

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La Course des Tuques sleds past $1M at Quebec box office

The sequel to La Guerre des Tuques hit the milestone on Christmas day.

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Ricardo Trogi’s 1991 breaks the $3 million mark

Les Films Seville’s Victor Rego discusses the comedy’s box office success and regional appeal with Quebec audiences.

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Cinemaginaire preps Mytho

Produced by Denise Robert (pictured), the feature comedy will go to camera next month.

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La Bolduc breaks $1M at the domestic box office

The feature from Montreal’s Caramel Films has grossed more than $1.3 million since it was released on April 6.

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Quebecor Fund selects two films to share $380K

A Daniel Grou-directed mafia drama from Attraction Images and Caramel Films is one of the projects funded through the Film Production Assistance Program.

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eOne’s Victor Rego expands theatrical remit nationally

The SVP of marketing and distribution for Canada will now oversee all theatrical activities for both Les Films Seville and eOne.

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In brief: Supreme Court shuts down Bell simsub appeal

Plus: Two Canadian shorts win special jury awards at Sundance, Le Trip a Trois hits a box office milestone, and more.

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Les Films Seville’s sequel successes

A pair of police comedies helped Playback’s Distributor of the Year thrive in an increasingly challenging exhibition market.

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Cameras roll on Ricardo Trogi’s 1991

The final chapter in his autobiographical trilogy, produced by Go Films’ Nicole Robert, is currently filming in Montreal.

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Bon Cop Bad Cop 2 sails past $3 million

While it received a slightly wider theatrical release across Canada, the sequel didn’t match the two-week mark set by its predecessor.

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Can Bon Cop Bad Cop 2 compete at the box office in 2017?

While the original is one of Canadian cinema’s highest-grossing films, eOne’s Patrick Roy says the action-comedy sequel is an entirely different ball game.