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Montreal’s micro_scope rolls on next feature

Les Chaouins, about Quebec poet Yves Boisvert, is currently filming in Montreal.

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Kim McCraw, Luc Dery win 2017 CMPA producer award

Wildling Pictures’ Kristy Neville and Matt Code picked up the emerging producers prize.

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Faded glory: The state of film in the digital world

From Playback magazine: Why the near-complete collapse of film post-production and projection may spell the end of motion-picture-film shooting in Canada.

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Quebec filmmakers enter SODEC-Montreal Film Fest fray

The province’s leading directors and producers respond to an incendiary letter by Montreal World Film Festival festival VP Daniele Cauchard against SODEC head Monique Simard that was published in La Presse on Monday.

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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 Canada taps Canadian talent for Cannes promotion

The actors, directors, producers and sales executives will be featured as part of the 10 Canadians to Watch at Cannes showcase on the Croissette.

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Monsieur Lazhar sweeps Genies, Philippe Falardeau named best director

David Cronenberg’s A Dangerous Method grabbed a slew of craft awards and a best supporting actor trophy for Viggo Mortensen, but otherwise Quebec films were the big winners on Thursday night in Toronto.

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Best of the Year: micro_scope

The Montreal-based prodco talks about finding critical and commercial success with a strategy that balances serious subject matter with accessible storytelling.

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Familiar Grounds wins at L.A. Film Festival

Stephane Lafleur’s follow-up feature takes home the honour for Best Narrative Feature.

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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.

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Villeneuve makes the final Oscar cut – Updated

It’s official: Denis Villeneuve is going for his Oscar.

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Telefilm backs 11 Quebec movies

Quebec’s French language directors have received a cash boost from Telefilm Canada for their latest projects.