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Quebecor Content greenlights Brooklyn Nine-Nine adaptation

Patrick Huard, who wrote and starred in both Bon Cop Bad Cop films, will direct the French-language version of the TV comedy.

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Bon Cop sequel hits $6M at the box office

The action-comedy flick, which bowed on 235 screens country-wide, reached the milestone after 10 weeks in theatres.

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Bon Cop, Bad Cop 2 set for Montreal shoot

Almost a decade since the original was released, the sequel to one of Canada’s highest grossing films is set to go to camera. (Star Colm Feore pictured.)

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Telefilm gives 2012 Guichet d’or to Omerta’s Luc Dionne

The Quebec director, wearing the director and screenwriters’ hats in making the popular French-language film, picked up $40,000 in prize money.

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Dreamworks taps Ken Scott to helm Starbuck remake

The Montreal-based director will redirect and rewrite the Hollywood adaptation of his award-winning Quebec comedy.

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Starbuck wins Golden Reel Award

The Ken Scott-directed Quebec film grossed more than $3.5 million in Canada in 2011.

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Ken Scott’s Starbuck wins top audience award in Palm Springs

The Quebec comedy came top among fest-goers from among 188 films from 73 countries that screened at the prestigious American festival.

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Filiere 13 moving towards $1 million in Quebec

Patrick Huard’s film a hit with viewers, hated by critics