Quebec series seems to go Presented at the Cannes Film Festival, which concluded in Cannes on Wednesday.
Directed by Sarah Beller and written by writer Jean-Christophe Rehl, the youth-oriented drama won the Student Prize, voted best miniseries.
Reached by phone at the end of the show, Annie Porteau, vice president of original productions at Urbania, talked about “recognizing Quebec talent.” He also praised the bravery of broadcasting Télé-Québec seems to go From March. “It’s great to be recognized by the series’ addressees,” added the producer.
seems to go Depicts four friends with cystic fibrosis, portrayed by Catherine Saint-Laurent, Antoine-Olivier Pilon, Nomi Leduc-Vaudry and Joachim Robillard.
Two other Quebec productions in competition are documentary series Lac-Mégantic – It’s not an accident Philip Falardo, and Good Morning Chuck (or The Art of Harm Reduction), a comedy starring Nicholas Pinson and Marilyn Castonguay, Bare-handed. The two products, Club Illigo and Crave respectively, are expected in May.
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