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L’Échappée

By Myriam Kessiby / December 13, 2018 / Posted in: Canadian Success Stories

L’Échappée

A small village in the countryside where everyone thinks they know each other. A youth centre where difficult decisions are made. The magnificent landscapes of the Bas-Saint-Laurent. And Brigitte’s homecoming in a chain of events which will have consequences. This is how the dramatic series L’Échappée produced by Amalga begins. While author Michelle Allen's characters try to escape their own truth, her story seeks to be as real as possible in order to reveal the world of youth centres to the audience. .. read more

L’Heure Bleue

By Myriam Kessiby / October 04, 2018 / Posted in: Canadian Success Stories

L’Heure Bleue

To leave one's own existence. Give up everything to change your life. For many, it's a fantasy that will never materialize. But when this escape becomes the means of leaving a tragedy behind, exile is not pleasurable, but a means to survive... read more

We Happy Few

By Myriam Kessiby / July 26, 2018 / Posted in: Canadian Success Stories

We Happy Few

A small team of enthusiasts creates a major video game, rivalling those of the biggest international studios in the industry. How did they do it? We met the Creative Director Guillaume Provost of Compulsion Games studios in Montreal, to talk about the genesis of their latest creation: We Happy Few... read more

Le Chalet

By Myriam Kessiby / April 19, 2018 / Posted in: Canadian Success Stories

Le Chalet

A story about a clique. Six thrilling teenagers spend the winter in a cabin, near the mountain. But they are not alone. Behind the snowboards and ski boots stands a team who works hard to bring this series to the screen. Vicky Bounadère, producer at Productions Passez Go, unveils what brought Le Chalet to its peak... read more

T’es où Youssef?

By Myriam Kessiby / January 26, 2018 / Posted in: Canadian Success Stories

T’es où Youssef?

It all started in 2014, when journalist Raed Hammoud was shocked to find out that one of his friends, Youssef, had left Quebec to join the Jihad... read more