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Louis Bélanger

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B: 1964 in Beauport, Québec

Louis Bélanger co-directed three short films with Denis Chouinard. The first, Dogmatisme ou le songe d’Adrien (1987), won a special mention at Monbéliard and a prize at the Festival international du jeune cinéma de Montréal, It was followed by Le Soleil et ses traces (1990) and Les 14 définitions de la pluie (1992). He then co-wrote 15, rue des Bains, and Mondialito with writer-director, Nicolas Wadimoff and in 2000, he co-directed, with Isabelle Hébert, Lauzon Lauzone, a documentary on the life of Québec filmmaker Jean-Claude Lauzon. His film, Gaz Bar Blues which started out titled Le Début de la fin, won the Prix de la presse at the Festival de Paris in 2004. His 2010 film, Route 132, was selected to open the 2010 Montréal World Film Festival.

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

Dogmatisme ou le songe d’Adrien (1987, co-directed)

Le Soleil et ses traces (1990, co-directed)
Les 14 définitions de la pluie (1992, co-directed)
Post Mortem (1999)

Lauzon Lauzone (2000, co-directed)
Nightlight (TV-2003)
Gaz Bar Blues (2003)
Lies and Deception (TV-2005)
Le Génie du Crime (2006)
The Timekeeper (2008)

Route 132 (2010)
Les mauvaises-herbes (2016)

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