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Le Bruit des Arbres
© Christian Mouzard, Couzin Films

Feature Film

Funding programs for independent producers, to support them at various stages in the production of a feature film.

52 projects funded

within the French-Language Program in 2013-2014

Le Bruit des Arbres
© Christian Mouzard, Couzin Films

Feature Film

Funding programs for independent producers, to support them at various stages in the production of a feature film.

Shépaghé’là, le lac de la femme serpent
Chasse-galerie
Guibord s’en va-t-en guerre
Bébés fourneau
Les mauvaises herbes
Le Journal d’Aurélie Laflamme – Les pieds sur terre
L’Autre Gala de l’ADISQ 2014
© ADISQ, Jean-François LeBlanc, Agence Stock Photo

Music-related program

L’Autre Gala de l’ADISQ 2014

Production Présence

Taping and live broadcast of L’Autre Gala de l’ADISQ’s 10th edition at the Place des Arts where 25 Félix awards are presented to artists in different musical genres.

D : Pierre Séguin H : Les Denis Drolet

L’Autre Gala de l’ADISQ 2014
© ADISQ, Jean-François LeBlanc, Agence Stock Photo

Music-related program

L’Autre Gala de l’ADISQ 2014

Production Présence

Taping and live broadcast of L’Autre Gala de l’ADISQ’s 10th edition at the Place des Arts where 25 Félix awards are presented to artists in different musical genres.

D : Pierre Séguin H : Les Denis Drolet

Les beaux malaises
© Bertrand Calmeau

Television series / Format conversion

Les beaux malaises

Encore Télévision-Distribution and Productions Martin Matte

The series Les beaux malaises sheds the light on some aspects of the private and professional life of comedian and actor Martin Matte. Frank and self-deprecating with a touch of irreverence, it explores some very sensitive subjects.

D : Francis Leclerc

Les beaux malaises
© Bertrand Calmeau

Television series / Format conversion

Les beaux malaises

Encore Télévision-Distribution and Productions Martin Matte

The series Les beaux malaises sheds the light on some aspects of the private and professional life of comedian and actor Martin Matte. Frank and self-deprecating with a touch of irreverence, it explores some very sensitive subjects.

D : Francis Leclerc

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