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Incendo’s Girls’ Night Out gets underway

Filming has commenced on the Montreal prodco’s third TV movie of the year. (Star Mackenzie Mauzy pictured.)

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Cameras roll on Incendo’s FANatic

The latest MOW from the Montreal-based prodco stars Breaking Bad‘s Betsy Brandt (pictured).

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Incendo hires Adam Feigen

Feigen will be responsible for developing Incendo’s slate of TV movies and drama series.

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Versailles acquired by Ovation TV, Netflix in the U.S.

Russia and the U.K. also picked up the Canada/France copro series, which has now been sold to 135 territories worldwide. (Updated.)

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Versailles renewed for season 2

With the first season of the Canada/France copro set to hit the airwaves next month, the show has been given a season two greenlight.

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Deals: Sinking Ship, Picture Box, Portfolio, Tricon

Sinking Ship has sold Odd Squad (pictured), Chirp and Playdate into multiple territories, plus more pre-MIPCOM deals.

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Incendo maps its next move after Versailles

Incendo’s Jean Bureau and Ian Whitehead talk moving from MOWs to TV series via Versailles, the $4 million per episode Canada/France copro set to hit screens in November.

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Incendo readies Brace For Impact

Production has begun on the Montreal-based producer’s fourth TV movie since May.

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Production underway on Incendo’s Crossfire

The feature is the second Incendo-produced film to go into production this week. (Crossfire director Claude Desrosiers pictured.)

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Production begins on Incendo’s Amber Alert

The Montreal-shot feature is being directed by Philippe Gagnon and joins a 2015 slate for Incendo that includes five MOWs and one international coproduction.

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Blais urges Quebec producers to carpe diem

Speaking at an industry conference, the CRTC topper said Francophone producers have unique advantages in a changing media landscape.

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Courtney Ford, Shaun Benson board Incendo’s Kept Woman

The latest female-skewing telefilm from the Montreal indie producer is directed by Michel Poulette. (Courtney Ford pictured.)