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Production starts on Louise Archambault’s third feature

The Gabrielle director’s next project is adapted from Jocelyne Saucier’s award-winning 2011 novel, Il Pleuvait Des Oiseaux.

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Why Gabrielle headlined a Sicilian seaside film festival

In a scene out of Cinema Paradiso, the open-air screening of Louise Archambault’s tearjerker came ahead of a roundtable discussion on coproductions at the Italian event.

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‘Strong’ showing from Louis Cyr at 2014 Jutra Awards

The historical biopic (pictured) from Daniel Roby won nine awards on Sunday, including best film.

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On the campaign trail with Gabrielle

Playback sits down with director Louise Archambault about how audiences have received Gabrielle ahead of the next Oscar cut and what projects she’s developing now.

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TIFF releases top 10 festival features of 2013

The titles, including the latest work by Denis Villeneuve, Louise Archambault and Michael Dowse, will screen at Bell Lightbox in January.

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eOne to release Gabrielle in U.S. theatrical market

The Gabrielle Marion-Rivard-starrer from Quebec producer micro_scope is currently on the festival circuit, having recently screened at VIFF.

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Telefilm, Maison Birks to honour Louise Archambault, Sarah Polley, Alison Pill

In all, 10 Canadian directors and actors will be recognized as part of the inaugural Birks Diamond Tribute to the Year’s Women in Film on Sept. 11 (Louise Archambault pictured).

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TIFF13: Dowse, McDonald features to bow at TIFF

Michael Dowse’s The F Word and Bruce McDonald’s The Husband, along with Jennifer Baichwal and Edward Burtynsky doc Watermark are amongst the Canadian films in this year’s festival lineup.

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Quebec films to lead Canadian contingent competing in Locarno

Louise Archambault’s coming-of-age tale Gabrielle (pictured) is to vie with a world premiere in the main Piazza Grande competition.

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Telefilm invests in five French-language feature films

Telefilm Canada has invested in five Quebecois films, from auteur director Rafael Ouellet’s Camion to a more commercial effort, L’Affaire Dumont, by Daniel Grou.