Philippe Falardeau


Canadian copro My Salinger Year to open Berlinale

The film is written and directed by past Crystal Bear winner Philippe Falardeau and stars Sigourney Weaver and Margaret Qualley.


HGF funds 17 projects through script development program

Films by Philippe Falardeau, Mary Walsh and Aisling Chin-Yee are among those selected to receive a share of the $250,000.

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Villeneuve’s Arrival to bow at Venice

The 2016 Venice Film Festival will also feature Philippe Falardeau’s The Bleeder. (Villeneuve pictured.)

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La passion d’augustine wins big at Le gala du cinema Quebecois

The feature (pictured) from director Lea Pool claimed six awards in all, with Felix and Meira, Guibord s’en va-t-en guerre and Brooklyn also picking up prizes.

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My Internship in Canada wins TIFF Top 10 award

The political satire from Philippe Falardeau had its North American premiere at the 2015 edition of the Toronto International Film Festival.


The Forbidden Room named best Canadian film by TFCA

Directors Guy Maddin and Evan Johnson were presented with the prize at a gala dinner held Tuesday at The Carlu in Toronto.


TIFF reveals Top Ten picks for 2015

Philippe Falardeau’s My Internship in Canada and Alan Zweig’s HURT (pictured) were among the titles chosen in the feature film category.


Remstar picks up Philippe Falardeau’s next feature

Production is currently underway in New York on The Bleeder, which stars Liev Schreiber (pictured).

Locarno Film Fest

Locarno lineup announced

The festival includes world premieres for several Canadian films, including Igor Drljaca’s The Waiting Room.


The Good Lie to open Festival du nouveau cinema

The Warner Bros. release, directed by Philippe Falardeau and starring Reese Witherspoon, will kick off the Montreal event on Oct. 8.


Why Gabrielle headlined a Sicilian seaside film festival

In a scene out of Cinema Paradiso, the open-air screening of Louise Archambault’s tearjerker came ahead of a roundtable discussion on coproductions at the Italian event.


Monsieur Lazhar wins Film Circuit audience award

Cinema-goers at the Toronto International Film Festival’s nationwide screening circuit voted Philippe Falardeau’s Quebec drama (pictured) as the top Canadian film.