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FLMC decisions June 2007

MONTREAL, Christian Larouche and Christian Gagn̩ announce with pride their role as co-producer for Mr. Nobody, the latest film written and directed by Jaco Van Dormael (Toto le h̩ros (Toto the Hero), Le Huiti̬me jour (The Eighth Day)), and produced by Philippe Godeau (Somebody Production). Filming began in Belgium on June 4, and will move to Montreal and the surrounding area Рthe Canadian segment of this production Рfor a total of 25 days running from September 8 to October 11.

This English-language production will star Jared Leto (Requiem for a Dream), Sarah Polley (The Secret Life of Words, Away From Her (director)) as well as Canadian actors Clare Stone, Michael Riley and Emily Tilson. The movie will be filmed over a total of 120 days, in Belgium, Montreal and Germany. Mr. Nobody tells the story of Nemo, the world’s oldest man. In 2092, Mars has become a trendy vacation destination and humans have now achieved immortality, thanks to advances in genetics. At the age of 120 years, an old man called Nemo – played by Jared Leto – is the last mortal left on Earth. His death is drawing near, and media from all over the world are eager to cover the event. Nemo doesn’t really remember who he is, and is only able, while under hypnosis, to recall a few snippets of disordered memories. 

The team put together by French producer Philippe Godeau (Somebody Production) includes associate producers Daniel Marquet, Mark Gill, Alexandre Lippens and Genevi̬ve Lemal (Scope), co-producers Jaco Van Dormael (Toto & Co Films РBelgium), Alfred Huermer & Marco Mehlitz (Mr Nobody Deutschland РGermany), Marco Mehlitz (Lago Film РGermany), Christian Larouche and Christian Gagn̩ (Christal Films Productions РCanada), and executive producer Jean-Yves Asselin.

Mr. Nobody will be distributed by Pathé (France), Concorde (Germany), Belga Films (Belgium) and Christal Films (Canada). Wild Bunch will be responsible for international sales. The total budget for this production is 33 million euros.

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FLMC decisions June 2007

MONTREAL, Christian Larouche and Christian Gagn̩ announce with pride their role as co-producer for Mr. Nobody, the latest film written and directed by Jaco Van Dormael (Toto le h̩ros (Toto the Hero), Le Huiti̬me jour (The Eighth Day)), and produced by Philippe Godeau (Somebody Production). Filming began in Belgium on June 4, and will move to Montreal and the surrounding area Рthe Canadian segment of this production Рfor a total of 25 days running from September 8 to October 11.

This English-language production will star Jared Leto (Requiem for a Dream), Sarah Polley (The Secret Life of Words, Away From Her (director)) as well as Canadian actors Clare Stone, Michael Riley and Emily Tilson. The movie will be filmed over a total of 120 days, in Belgium, Montreal and Germany. Mr. Nobody tells the story of Nemo, the world’s oldest man. In 2092, Mars has become a trendy vacation destination and humans have now achieved immortality, thanks to advances in genetics. At the age of 120 years, an old man called Nemo – played by Jared Leto – is the last mortal left on Earth. His death is drawing near, and media from all over the world are eager to cover the event. Nemo doesn’t really remember who he is, and is only able, while under hypnosis, to recall a few snippets of disordered memories. 

The team put together by French producer Philippe Godeau (Somebody Production) includes associate producers Daniel Marquet, Mark Gill, Alexandre Lippens and Genevi̬ve Lemal (Scope), co-producers Jaco Van Dormael (Toto & Co Films РBelgium), Alfred Huermer & Marco Mehlitz (Mr Nobody Deutschland РGermany), Marco Mehlitz (Lago Film РGermany), Christian Larouche and Christian Gagn̩ (Christal Films Productions РCanada), and executive producer Jean-Yves Asselin.

Mr. Nobody will be distributed by Pathé (France), Concorde (Germany), Belga Films (Belgium) and Christal Films (Canada). Wild Bunch will be responsible for international sales. The total budget for this production is 33 million euros.

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FLMC decisions June 2007

MONTREAL, Christian Larouche and Christian Gagn̩ announce with pride their role as co-producer for Mr. Nobody, the latest film written and directed by Jaco Van Dormael (Toto le h̩ros (Toto the Hero), Le Huiti̬me jour (The Eighth Day)), and produced by Philippe Godeau (Somebody Production). Filming began in Belgium on June 4, and will move to Montreal and the surrounding area Рthe Canadian segment of this production Рfor a total of 25 days running from September 8 to October 11.

This English-language production will star Jared Leto (Requiem for a Dream), Sarah Polley (The Secret Life of Words, Away From Her (director)) as well as Canadian actors Clare Stone, Michael Riley and Emily Tilson. The movie will be filmed over a total of 120 days, in Belgium, Montreal and Germany. Mr. Nobody tells the story of Nemo, the world’s oldest man. In 2092, Mars has become a trendy vacation destination and humans have now achieved immortality, thanks to advances in genetics. At the age of 120 years, an old man called Nemo – played by Jared Leto – is the last mortal left on Earth. His death is drawing near, and media from all over the world are eager to cover the event. Nemo doesn’t really remember who he is, and is only able, while under hypnosis, to recall a few snippets of disordered memories. 

The team put together by French producer Philippe Godeau (Somebody Production) includes associate producers Daniel Marquet, Mark Gill, Alexandre Lippens and Genevi̬ve Lemal (Scope), co-producers Jaco Van Dormael (Toto & Co Films РBelgium), Alfred Huermer & Marco Mehlitz (Mr Nobody Deutschland РGermany), Marco Mehlitz (Lago Film РGermany), Christian Larouche and Christian Gagn̩ (Christal Films Productions РCanada), and executive producer Jean-Yves Asselin.

Mr. Nobody will be distributed by Pathé (France), Concorde (Germany), Belga Films (Belgium) and Christal Films (Canada). Wild Bunch will be responsible for international sales. The total budget for this production is 33 million euros.

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