Denis Cote

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Denis Cote’s Wilcox to world premiere at Locarno

In addition to the filmmaker’s 12th feature, the festival has also selected projects like Mi piel, luminosa and A Topography of Memory to debut.

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Denis Cote to compete at Berlin film festival

The Canadian filmmaker returns to the festival for the world premiere of Ghost Town Anthology.

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Telefilm awards $13M across 10 Quebec projects

French-language projects selected include Sophie Deraspe’s Antigone and director Daniel Grou’s Mafia Inc.

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VIFF sets Canadian lineup

Stephen Campanelli’s Indian Horse is one of 18 features added to the festival, which has also announced its opening night film and five Canadian world premieres.

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Denis Cote heads to Locarno

The auteur director hopes to repeat past successes with his latest feature, Ta peau si lisse, one of four Canadian flicks at the fest.

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Eight Canadian titles to screen at Karlovy Vary

Jesse Klein’s We’re Still Together makes its world premiere in competition, while Xavier Dolan’s Juste la fin du monde (pictured) will also screen.

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Cote’s Boris sans Beatrice to bow at Berlin

The Denis Cote (pictured) feature will screen in official competition at the Berlin International Film Festival.

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Cameras roll on Denis Cote feature

The film is set for a 2016 release in Quebec through K-Films Amerique. (Cote pictured.)

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Telefilm invests over $4M across three French features

Projects from Denis Cote and Jean-Francois Pouliot were among those chosen to receive financing through Telefilm’s Canada Feature Film Fund.

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Karlovy Vary books 7 Canadian films

David Lambert’s Je suis a toi and Andrew Huculiak’s Violent will receive world premieres in competition.

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Berlin adds Denis Cote, Jennifer Baichwal films to 2014 lineup

The European festival will also give an international premiere to Julie Perron’s Le Semeur. (Denis Cote pictured.)

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Palm Springs plans Canadian cinema spotlight

The latest films by Bruce LaBruce, Sebastien Pilote and Denis Villeneuve will screen at the California festival as part of a Spotlight on Canadian Cinema sidebar.