Sébastien Pilote

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Pilote preps Maria Chapdelaine

MK2|Mile End is set to distribute The Fireflies Are Gone writer/director’s fourth feature film in Canada.

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Sebastien Pilote feature to premiere in competition at Karlovy Vary

La disparition des lucioles, the third feature from the Quebec director, lines up against 11 other projects in the festival’s main competition program.

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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.

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Pilote’s Le Demantelement sells into the U.S. market

The TIFF deal by Entertainment One includes the global airline rights for the Gabriel Arcand-starrer about a farmer selling his rural property to save the house of an elder daughter in the big city.

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TIFF13 Reel Reviews: Le Demantelement

Kicking off a TIFF-long series of columns, film critic, writer and TV host Thom Ernst (pictured) reviews Sebastien Pilote’s festival feature and discusses its market potential.

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Karlovy Vary: Canadian filmmaking wave stirs sleepy Bohemian spa town

Talk among Canadian directors and producers attending a Canada Day dinner Monday night turned to a logjam of Canadian titles vying for plum slots at the Toronto International Film Festival in September.

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Blackbird, Le Demantelement take Cannes prizes

Blackbird (pictured) took the grand prize in the Cannes Junior program while Le Demantelement took a critics’ choice award at the festival which ended Sunday.

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Sundance picks three Canuck titles

Three Canadian films are among the titles in competition at the upcoming Sundance Film Festival, which announced its picks in the dramatic and documentary categories for U.S. and world filmmakers Wednesday.