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Since its creation in 1988 by producers Denise Robert and Daniel Louis, CINÉMAGINAIRE has focused on independent feature films and international co-productions. The company has more than forty-five movies to its credit, many of which have won numerous awards on the international circuit.


Denise Robert has produced Denys Arcand’s Oscar winning film The Barbarian Invasions, which was also nominated in the Best Original Script category, three Césars and more than forty prestigious awards. Also, Robert Lepage’s The Confessional , which opened the Director’s Fortnight in Cannes; co-produced Patrice Leconte’s The Widow of Saint-Pierre, nominated at the Gloden Globes for Best Foreign Language Film; Charles Binamé’s The Rocket, winner of nine Génie awards and numerous international honors; Émile Gaudreault’s Mambo Italiano, which sold worldwide and Father and Guns, which became the top French-language box-office earner of all times in Quebec and Canada, a Golden Reel winner.


Denise Robert is a member of the prestigious Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences, the British Academy of Film and Television Arts and the Académie des arts et techniques du cinéma (César). Her work was recognized with the grade of Knight in the Order of Arts and Letters given to her by the Minister of Cultural Affairs of France for her influential role in the promotion of French culture throughout the world and the order of Canada.

Denise Robert




Genre:             Comedy/Drama

Director:          Denys Arcan

Screenplay:     Denys Arcan

Cast:              Alexandre Landry, Maripier Morin, Rémy Girard, Louis Morissette, Maxim Roy, Pierre Curzi, Vincent Leclerc

Pierre-Paul Daoust, 36, an intellectual with a PhD in philosophy is forced to work as a deliveryman to afford a decent living. One day, while delivering a parcel, he gets caught in a hold up gone terribly wrong: two dead and millions in money bags laying on the ground. Pierre-Paul is confronted with a dilemma, leave empty handed or take the money and run? This new Denys Arcand film takes a witty yet touching look at, as only Arcand knows how, the predominance of money in a society where all other values seem to have crumbled.

Valladolid International FF - Winner FIPRESCI Award

Namur International French FF 

Russia French FF 

Black Nights FF - Estonia 

Reykjavik French FF 

Warsaw FF 

Minsk IFF 

Stockholm IFF 

Busan IFF 

Toronto IFF



Genre:             Comedy

Director:          Émile Gaudreault

Screenplay:     Émile Gaudreault, Éric K. Boulianne, Sébastien Ravary based on the film FATHER AND GUNS written by Ian

        Laand Émile Gaudreault

Cast:                Michel Côté, Louis-José Houde, Karine Vanasse, Patrice Robitaille, Julie le Breton, Hélène Bourgeois Leclerc,

       Sonia Vachon, Diane Lavallée, Yves Jacques, Mariana Mazza, Mehdi Bousaidan, Mathieu Quesnel, Sylvie Potvin,        Alexandre


A few years after having infiltrated a therapy program for fathers and sons, Commander Jacques Laroche and his son Marc’s relationship went from very tense to extremely heated. Both policemen are facing personal and professional problems. While Marc is having some issues with his girlfriend Alice, an aspiring Commander, Jacques is experiencing intense denial towards the fact that he is growing older. On the professional side, the Laroches unsuccessfully tried to befriend Martin Germain, the lieutenant of the Mafia’s leader. An incredible opportunity arises when Germain and his spouse sign up for «Bootcamp for couples», a therapy for couples set in a closed environment in the countryside. As Marc and Alice sing up for the therapy, Jacques invites himself in by pretending to be the Psychologist’s assistant. However, the Laroches can’t help complicate the mission: Marc is trying to simultaneously get closer to Martin Germain while saving his relationship with Alice, and Jacques is falling for the criminal’s spouse.

Top Canadian film box-office earner of 2017 in Quebec and Canada
«1:54»  2016

Genre:             Drama

Director:          Yan England

Screenplay:    Yan England

Cast:               Antoine Olivier Pilon, Sophie Nélisse, Lou-Pascal Tremblay, David Boutin


Tim, a shy sixteen-year-old athlete, is both brilliant and talented. But the pressure he undergoes pushes him to the edge, where human limits reach the point of no return.


Festival du Film Francophone d’Angoulême - Best Actor & Student Jury Awards
Festival International du film francophone de Namur - Junior Jury Award
Rome Independent Film Festival - Special Mention
Busan International Film Festival / Vancouver International Film Festival / Chicago International
Film Festival / Festival du film de la Ville de Québec

Chicago IFF

Vancouver IFF

Busan IFF

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