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ROCKFEST BANKRUPTCY LEAVES WEEZER, SUM 41, TOWNS, FEDS UNPAID

Quebec festival owes more than $6M to more than 120 creditors

NETFLIX ACCUSED OF USING FOOTAGE OF LAC-MÉGANTIC QUEBEC DISASTER IN ‘BIRD...

A day after learning that a science-fiction show on Netflix used actual footage of the Lac-Mégantic rail disaster, the mayor of the Quebec town said she believes images of the tragedy were used in a second Netflix production, Bird Box.

‘THEY CREATED AN EXPECTATION’: QUEBEC ARTISTS WAITING FOR NETFLIX INVESTMENTS

The U.S. streaming giant committed in September 2017 to investing $500 million over five years in Canadian-produced movies and television shows, in both English and French.

A ZOMBIE FLICK AND A FAKE COUNTRY MUSIC VIDEO: HOW TWO...

Quebec’s francophone entertainment universe is small but prolific. It tends to punch above its weight in most per capita calculations.

Universal Television’s The Bold Type spent $20 million in Québec and...

New data released today examined the economic impact Season One of Universal Television’s The Bold Type has had on the province of Québec. In the first season alone, the production spent close to $20 million and created more than 350 jobs.

Bruce Greenwood is a man of many roles

Veteran Canadian actor returned to series TV to play a doctor past his best-by date in The Resident.

XAVIER DOLAN TO SHOOT HIS NEXT FILM ‘MATT & MAX’ IN...

The film will reportedly tell the story of a group of twentysomethings, with the cast including Dolan's real friends.

QUEBEC’S YOUTUBE STARS UPLOAD THEIR LIVES

Only one Canadian cracks the top tier of original content creators: Toronto-based Evan Fong, 25, has 22 million subscribers - one report pegged his monthly income at $300,000.

Why Quebec filmmakers are finding success in Hollywood

As Denis Villeneuve’s Blade Runner sequel hits theatres, it’s worth wondering why he and other Quebec directors are surpassing their English-speaking counterparts

Quebec Moves to Tax Netflix, Amazon, Other U.S. Streaming Services

The Canadian province is questioning Netflix's avoiding a federal sales tax by agreeing to invest $400 million in local series like 'Alias Grace.'

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