Tag Archives: Patrick Huard

Criss-Crossing the English & French Talent…

  Since everyone likes a trilogy (um, they do, don’t they?) this’ll be my third and final post looking at aspects of the whole English-French dichotomy in Canadian film & TV. At least, the final one for now, until something … Continue reading

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English-French Productions — two in one!

  As may have occurred to repeat visitors to this blog, when I write about Canadian pop culture I write both about the specific & the concrete…but also about the abstract & the ideal. That is, if we’re talking about “Canadian” pop … Continue reading

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English-language Remakes — the pros and le mal

A recent press release by the CBC announced, among other things, that they’ve green lit an English-language adaptation of a successful Quebec TV crime-police series — 19-2. Now, on one hand, that can be seen as good. It’s a way … Continue reading

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