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Marc-André Lavoie (I)

Marc-André Lavoie is an award winning feature filmmaker working between Montreal, Los Angeles and Beijing. Dreaming of cinema since his childhood, Marc-André Lavoie was greatly influenced by the universes of great filmmakers such as Lucas and Spielberg. At the age of 21, with his whole life ahead of him, his own universe collapsed when he was ... See full bio »

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Bluff Director
Innocent Director
Hot Dog Director


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 2017/IV Innocent
 2013 Hot Dog (screenplay)
 2010 Y'en aura pas de facile (screenplay)
 2007/II Bluff
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 2017/IV Innocent (producer)
 2010 Y'en aura pas de facile (producer)
 2007/II Bluff (associate producer)
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 2007/II Bluff (director of photography)
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 2010 Y'en aura pas de facile (colorist)
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 2011 Chefography (TV Series)
Self - Best Friend
- Chuck Hughes (2011) ... Self - Best Friend
 2009 Accès Média (TV Series)
Self - réalisateur (2010)

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Winner of the Best Director award at CCIFF 2018 for his fourth feature film INNOCENT. The Movie also had its international premiere at the Shanghai International Film Festival (Opening film of Focus Canada) where it became the first Quebec feature film to be released in 4K Ultra-HD. See more »

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