A PLACE TO LIVE gets an award at the 22nd Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival

Last week-end Jean-Pierre St-Louis won the Best Cinematographer award at the 22nd Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival. Jury comment: “Jean-Pierre St-Louis shot the film A Place to Live beautifully and … Continue reading

Labrecque, une caméra pour la mémoire remporte le Prix du documentaire d’histoire du cinéma au Festival du film d’histoire de Pessac.

Jean-Claude Labrecque, grandeur d’un chef opérateur Jean-Claude Raspiengeas , le 01/12/2018 à 6h15 Ils créent l’illumination sur grand écran mais la gloire les néglige. Chef opérateur ou directeur de la photographie : leur … Continue reading

THE FIREFLIES ARE GONE wins 1 prize at Whistler International Film Festival

Michel La Veaux wins Best Cinematography in a Borsos Film

Michel La Veaux’s Labrecque, une caméra pour la mémoire in Montreal and Quebec City theatres starting January 12

December 5, 2017 – Montreal – National Film Board of Canada (NFB) After a well-received world premiere at the 36th Festival du cinéma international en Abitibi-Témiscamingue (FCIAT), the feature documentary … Continue reading

IQALUIT

Now available on VOD

First day of shooting of Benoit Pilon’s new film IQALUIT

First day of shooting of Benoit Pilon’s new film Iqaluit Montreal, Aug. 19, 2015 – Tomorrow will mark the first day of shooting of Iqaluit, the new film by Quebec … Continue reading

SCREEN AWARD FOR GABRIEL ARCAND

Congratulations to Gabriel Arcand winner of the Screen Award for his performance as an actor in a leading role in the movie THE AUCTION (Le démantèlement).

CANADIAN SCREEN AWARDS

Do’nt miss, this coming Sunday the Canadian Screen Awards on CBC at 8:00pm 5 nominations for LE DÉMANTÈLEMENT (THE AUCTION) Best motion picture, Bernadette Payeur and Marc Daigle, producers Achievement … Continue reading