David Charhon's "On the Other Side of the Tracks" is an efficient Gallic buddy-cop movie that's so eager to please it's almost endearing.
Mel's Cite du Cinema, the only studio in Montreal equipped to host big Hollywood pics, has been bought by post-production facility Vision Globale for an undisclosed sum.
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PARIS -- Luc Besson is to write and direct an English-language, live-action adaptation of the sci-fi comicbook series "Valerian."
When Relativity Media began considering production bases for two of its upcoming vfx-driven pictures -- "Immortals," set for a November release, and 2012's "Snow White" -- Montreal seemed like a…
Mel's Cite du Cinema, already one of Canada's leading film studios, just got bigger, thanks to the acquisition of two other Montreal studio complexes.
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