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Telefilm Canada funds seven French-language lower-budget feature films with a total investment of over $2 million

Telefilm Canada has announced its support for the production of seven French-language lower-budget (under $2.5 million) feature films through the Canada Feature Film Fund (CFFF), an investment totalling over $2 million. The films chosen for funding are Le bruit des arbres (François Péloquin), Ceci n’est pas un polar (Patrick Gazé), Le Cyclotron (Olivier Asselin), Desperado (Richard Angers), Neuf variations sur le vide (Jean-Philippe Duval, Léa Pool, Érik Canuel, Chloé Robichaud, Stéphane E. Roy, Claude Brie, Anaïs Barbeau-Lavalette, Ricardo Trogi and Éric Tessier), Le problème d’infiltration (Robert Morin) and Sodom (Charles-Olivier Michaud).

“Funding projects with lower budgets ensures our industry’s continued growth by allowing talented filmmakers like Patrick Gazé and François Péloquin to direct a first feature,” said Carolle Brabant, Executive Director of Telefilm Canada. “Films that seek to explore different worlds and reach more diverse audiences can be produced as well, like the adaptation of the stage play Neuf variations sur le vide, where nine veteran directors are involved. Telefilm is especially pleased to be taking part in unique projects like these and making their production possible.”

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Headline, Industry News

Telefilm Canada funds seven French-language lower-budget feature films with a total investment of over $2 million

Telefilm Canada has announced its support for the production of seven French-language lower-budget (under $2.5 million) feature films through the Canada Feature Film Fund (CFFF), an investment totalling over $2 million. The films chosen for funding are Le bruit des arbres (François Péloquin), Ceci n’est pas un polar (Patrick Gazé), Le Cyclotron (Olivier Asselin), Desperado (Richard Angers), Neuf variations sur le vide (Jean-Philippe Duval, Léa Pool, Érik Canuel, Chloé Robichaud, Stéphane E. Roy, Claude Brie, Anaïs Barbeau-Lavalette, Ricardo Trogi and Éric Tessier), Le problème d’infiltration (Robert Morin) and Sodom (Charles-Olivier Michaud).

“Funding projects with lower budgets ensures our industry’s continued growth by allowing talented filmmakers like Patrick Gazé and François Péloquin to direct a first feature,” said Carolle Brabant, Executive Director of Telefilm Canada. “Films that seek to explore different worlds and reach more diverse audiences can be produced as well, like the adaptation of the stage play Neuf variations sur le vide, where nine veteran directors are involved. Telefilm is especially pleased to be taking part in unique projects like these and making their production possible.”

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Telefilm Canada funds seven French-language lower-budget feature films with a total investment of over $2 million

Telefilm Canada has announced its support for the production of seven French-language lower-budget (under $2.5 million) feature films through the Canada Feature Film Fund (CFFF), an investment totalling over $2 million. The films chosen for funding are Le bruit des arbres (François Péloquin), Ceci n’est pas un polar (Patrick Gazé), Le Cyclotron (Olivier Asselin), Desperado (Richard Angers), Neuf variations sur le vide (Jean-Philippe Duval, Léa Pool, Érik Canuel, Chloé Robichaud, Stéphane E. Roy, Claude Brie, Anaïs Barbeau-Lavalette, Ricardo Trogi and Éric Tessier), Le problème d’infiltration (Robert Morin) and Sodom (Charles-Olivier Michaud).

“Funding projects with lower budgets ensures our industry’s continued growth by allowing talented filmmakers like Patrick Gazé and François Péloquin to direct a first feature,” said Carolle Brabant, Executive Director of Telefilm Canada. “Films that seek to explore different worlds and reach more diverse audiences can be produced as well, like the adaptation of the stage play Neuf variations sur le vide, where nine veteran directors are involved. Telefilm is especially pleased to be taking part in unique projects like these and making their production possible.”

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