Ricardo Trogi

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In brief: TIFF unveils Primetime TV lineup

Plus: Wattpad inks a deal with Malaysia-based SVOD service iflix, Ricardo Trogi’s 1991 breaks $2 million at the Quebec box office, and more.

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In Brief: Lionsgate and UMG sign first-look deal

The companies have partnered to develop TV projects, Chateau Laurier wins Webfest prizes, plus more.

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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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Quebecor distributes $946K to four projects

CarpeDiem Film & TV’s follow up to its box-office hit La guerre des Tuques 3D is among the projects to receive funding.

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Nine is the lucky number for Echo Media

The Montreal-based prodco’s new feature 9 is a nine-part comedy featuring nine different directors.

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eOne’s Mark Slone on rebirth of ‘Canada Cool’

Entertainment One has seen seven of its Canadian movie releases pass the $1 million mark during its latest fiscal year.

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Ricardo Trogi’s Le Mirage casts lead roles

Louis Morissette, who also wrote the film’s script, snagged the main role for the Montreal-shot comedy from Christal Films.

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Telefilm invests over $2.5M across 7 French features

Films selected to receive funding in this latest round of financing include Patrick Gaze’s Ceci n’est pas un polar and Robert Morin’s La probleme d’infiltration.