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Cafe de Flore Movie Review

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Cafe de Flore Movie Review
Title CAFÉ De Flore Adopt Films Director: Jean-Marc Vallée Screenwriter: Jean-Marc Vallée Cast: Vanessa Paradis, Kevin Parent, Hélène Florent, Evelyne Brochu, Marin Gerrier, Alice Dubois, Evelyne de la Cheneliere, Michel Dumont, Linda Smith, Joanny Corbeil-Picher Screened at: Review 1, NYC, 10/16/12 Opens: November 2, 2012 We’re all connected, whether within six degrees of separation or throughout history—the latter point being made in a most pretentious manner by this year’s film “Cloud Atlas.” Thankfully, “Café de Flore” takes only two hours, shaving 54 minutes from “Cloud Atlas,” but Jean-Marc Vallée is just as eager to trot out his film as one that’s almost as arty. That is to say, “Café de [ Read More ]

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‘L’Affaire Dumont’ is a subdued, calculated effort from Québec director Podz

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L’Affaire Dumont

Directed by Podz

Written by Danielle Danserau

Canada, 2012

It was only a matter of time before director Daniel Grou, better known to Québec movie and television buffs as Podz, an actor Marc-André Grondin worked together on a project. Over the past few years, each has experienced a rise in popularity amongst the public as well as increasing critical acclaim for their work. In many respects, while Denis Villeneuve arguably is still the Québec filmmaker whose name resonates most loudly at the moment, Podz is certainly not far behind. As for Grondin, ever since his standout performance in Jean-Marc Vallé’s C.R.A.Z.Y. back in 2005, he has been one of the most in-demand male actors in the province. Their first collaboration is L’Affaire Dumont, a familial and court room drama inspired by the real life nightmare experience by one Michel Dumont in the early to mid 1990s, when
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Pictures of Vanessa Paradis On the Set of 'Café de Flore'

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The first pictures of actress Vanessa Paradis on the set of Jean-Marc Vallée's Café de Flore has now surfaced online. On these pictures, you see her shooting the film in Paris. Moreover, the film will come out in Canada in September 23.

The film's story takes place in the Paris of the 1960s and nowadays' Montreal. The fate of Jacquelines (Vanessa Paradis), a single Parisian woman raising one kid on her own, and Antoine, a DJ from Montreal, is obviously different. However, their odissey have on thing in common: the search for love.

The film also stars Evelyne Brochu, Hélène Florent, Marin Gerrier, Alice Dubois, Evelyne de la Chenelière and Michel Dumont.

Finally, the film's release date in France has yet to be announced.
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'Le projet Omertà' In Quebec's Theatres In Summer 2012

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In production since May 24 in Montreal, Luc Dionne's film, Le projet Omertà, will wrap up on production on July 18. Moreover, the film will be released in Quebec in summer 2012.

The film, which is based on a TV series showrunned by Luc Dionne himself, will be centred on the character of Pierre Gauthier (Michel Côté), an federal agent who's specialized on organized crime.

He's now the head of Pulsar International, a high-level private security agency. One day, he's called by Gilbert Tanguay (Michel Dumont), his former boss, to investigate on a conspiracy. Tanguay also recruits Sophie (Rachelle Lefevre), a former agent of the Canadian secret service, so that she infiltrates the Montrealer underworld.

Sophie has to earn the trust of Steve Cohen (Stéphane Rousseau) and Steve Bélanger (Patrick Huard), two known associates of the Italian mafia of Montreal. Cohen and Bélanger wants to steal the gold supply of all the major North American banks.
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'Café de Flore' In Theatres on Sept. 23

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Alliance Films, a Canadian film distributor, has revealed that Jean-Marc Café de flore will hit Quebec's theatres on September 23.

The film's story takes place in the Paris of the 1960s and nowadays' Montreal. The fate of Jacquelines (Vanessa Paradis), a single Parisian woman raising one kid on her own, and Antoine, a DJ from Montreal, is obviously different. However, their odissey have on thing in common: the search for love.

The film also stars Evelyne Brochu, Hélène Florent, Marin Gerrier, Alice Dubois, Evelyne de la Chenelière and Michel Dumont.

The film's release in France has yet to be announced.

Bande-annonce de 'Café de Flore' (2011) par theculturalpost
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List of Nominees at the Gémeaux Awards

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The nominations for the 26th Gémeaux Awards, Quebec's equivalent of the Emmy Awards, have been revealed today.

1. Best dramatic TV series:

* 19-2.

* Les rescapés.

* Malenfant.

* Prozac, La Maladie Du Bonheur.

2. Best soap opera:

* Destinées.

* La promesse.

* Providence.

* Yamaska.

3. Best comedy series:

* La galère.

* Les Parent.

* Mauvais Karma.

* Penthouse 5-0.

* Tout sur moi.

4. Best actor in a dramatic TV series:

* Claude Legault in 19-2.

* Réal Bossé in 19-2.

* Roy Dupuis in Les rescapés.

* Luc Picard in Malenfant.

* Éric Bruneau in Toute la vérité.

5. Best actress in a dramatic TV series:

* Maude Guérin in Belle-Baie.

* Guylaine Tremblay in Les rescapés.

* Julie McClemens in Malenfant.

* Isabelle Blais in Prozac, la maladie du bonheur.

* Maude Guérin in Toute la vérité.

6. Best actor in a soap opera:

* Sébastien Delorme in La promesse.

* Bernard Fortin in Providence.

* Hugo Dubé in Providence.

* Normand d'Amour in Yamasca.

* Denis Bernard in Yamaska.

7. Best actress in a soap opera:

* Marie-Chantal Perron in Destinées.
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'Yamaska' Season 1 on DVD on Sept. 14

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Tva, a French Canadian TV network, has announced that the first season of its soap opera Yamaska will come out on DVD on September 14.

Yamaska is the story of three families from Granby, Québec, suddenly thrown into darkness. A terrible accident will in fact transform forever the life of these four friends (François Arnaud, Adam Kosh, Pascal Darilus and Emile Mailhot) and of the people around them. In one single night, their destiny is changed forever…

This soap opera written by Anne Boyer and Michel d'Astous also stars Yan England, Denis Bernard, Michel Dumont, Chantal Fontaine, Sylvie De Morais-Nogueira, Roxanne Gaudette-Loiseau, Anne-Marie Cadieux, Normand d'Amour and Élise Guilbault.

Finally, the show will return this fall for a second season on Tva.
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