Denys Arcand

Denys Arcand

106
SHARE
Denys Arcand, director,
Photo of Denys Arcand © 2014 by Maurie Alioff. Used with permission,
B: June 25, 1941 in Deschambault, Québec
Denys Arcand is one of the most important filmmakers to emerge in Quebec in the 1960s. He was honoured as Best Director at the 2003 Cannes Film Festival for Les invasions barbares, which was also given Best Foreign-Language Film at the 2004 Academy Awards. In Canada, the film was honoured as Best Picture at the 2004 Genie Awards and Denys Arcand picked up both Best Director and Best Original Screenplay Awards. He is pictured above at a May 2014 media conference in Montréal about the release of his film, Le regne de la beaute.

Learn more about Denys Arcand
Also see: Inside Québec – Summer 2017.


Features & TV Movies:
VR indicates Direct-to-Video Release

Seul ou avec d’autres (co-directed, 1962)
La route de l’ouest (1964)
Les Montréalistes (1965)
Volleyball (1966)
Parcs atlantiques (1967)
Montréal, un jour d’été (1967)

On est au coton (1970)
Québec: Duplessis et après (1972)
La maudite galette (1972)
Réjeanne Padovani (1973)
Gina (1974)
La lutte des travailleurs d’hopitaux (1976)

Le Confort et l’indifférence (1982)
Le Crime d’Ovide Plouffe (1984)
Le déclin de ’empire d’américain (aka The Decline of the American Empire, 1986)
Jésus de Montréal (1989)

Montreal Sextet (1991)
Love and Human Remains (1994)
Joyeux Calvaire aka, Poverty and Other Delights (1997)

Stardom (2000)
Les invasions barbares (aka The Barbarian Invasions, 2003)
L’ Âge des ténèbres (2007)

Le regne de la beaute (aka An Eye for Beauty, 2014)
Triomphe de l’argent (2018)


Credits as an Actor:
Embrasse-moi comme tu m’aimes (2016)




Poster for the movie An Eye for Beauty courtesy of Les Films Seville
Poster for the movie An Eye for Beauty courtesy of Les Films Seville