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Claude Gagnon

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Claude Gagnonb. 1949 in St-Hyacinthe, Québec

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Claude Gagnon is a producer-director-actor-editor. Born in Québec, he moved to Japan in 1970 when he was twenty-years-old with the intention of becoming a filmmaker. He spent the next ten years in Japan where he made his first movies, including the feature-length Keiko, which was shot when Gagnon was twenty-eight. He returned to Quebec at the end of the 1970s and spent the next thirty years, writing, directing and producing. These are his credits as an actor, director, screenwriter and producer.

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

C’était le 12 du 12 et Chili avait les blues (1994)
Mon amie Max (1994)

C.R.A.Z.Y. (voice, 2005)
Kamataki (2005)

TV Series – Cast:
Rue l’Espérance (1999)
Chartrand et Simonne (2000)

Credits as a Director:

Keiko (1979)

Pierrot et la Luce Larose (1982)
Visage pâle (1985)
Kenny (1988)

The Pianist (1991)
Pour l’amour de Thomas (TV-1995)

Revival Blues (2004)
Kamataki (2005)

Credits as a Screenwriter:

Keiko (1979)

Pierrot et la Luce Larose (1982)
Visage pâle (1985)
Kenny (1988)

The Pianist (1991)

Revival Blues (2004)
Kamataki (2005)
Looking for Anne (2009, associate writer)

Credits as a Producer:

Pierrot et la Luce Larose (1982-W-P)
Visage pâle (1985)

Blizzard (1990)
La postière (1992)
Because Why (1993)
Rowing Through (1996)
Le petit ciel (1999)
Histoires d’hiver (1999)

Water Lily (2000, executive producer)
Kamataki (2005)
Looking for Annie (2009. executive producer)

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