- Distribution: Les Films Opale inc.
- Production: Christal Films Productions
- Producer: Christian Larouche
- Director and scriptwriter: Ken Scott
- Page or web site: www.lesfilmsopale.com
Description Written and directed by Ken Scott, the feature-length comedy Au revoir le bonheur (Goodbye Happiness) centres around four brothers who promise to put their difference aside to pay tribute to their recently deceased father. The brothers and their families travel to the family’s summer home in the Magdalene Islands to say goodbye and spread their father’s ashes. But everything goes wrong when the youngest brother, Nicolas, loses them. With the most important man in their lives gone, Nicolas, Pierre, François and Thomas must discover what binds them.
- Distribution: Maison 4:3 inc.
- Production: Amérique Films
- Producer: Martin Paul-Hus
- Director: Monia Chokri
- Scriptwriter: Catherine Léger
- Page or web site: Ameriquefilm.com / www.maison4tiers.com
Description A feature film directed by Monia Chokri and written by Catherine Léger. Cédric loses his job at Hydro-Québec after making a sexist joke that goes viral. At the urging of his brother, a politically correct intellectual, Cedric goes into therapy to overcome his latent misogyny and writes Sexist Story, a liberating testimonial. Nadine is exasperated by her boyfriend’s turn toward introspection. Lacking excitement in her life, she lets herself be drawn into her mysterious babysitter’s tantalizing games. Adapted from the play, Baby-sitter is a comedy that delves into the unconscious, tattered relationships, and the will to dominate the other.
- Distribution: TVA Films
- Production: Parallaxes – 9215-8534 Québec inc.
- Producers: Sonia Despars and Marc Biron
- Director: Édouard Tremblay
- Scriptwriters: Édouard Tremblay, Eric K. Bouliane, Daniel Boulanger and Marc-Antoine Rioux
- Page or web site: www.parallaxes.ca
Description Charles is an accomplished game master. He flees real-world responsibilities and the constraints of real-life relationships by spending most of his time directing the action in a Dungeons & Dragons-style role-playing game. Charles and his roommates and fellow game enthusiasts Louis and Guillaume are happy in the fictional world of Farador until his sister unexpectedly returns to the country and throws a wrench into the works.