Vaugier, Feore topline 'French Immersion'

Bilingual indie comedy set to be released July 2011

TORONTO -- Emmanuelle Vaugier, Pascale Bussieres and Colm Feore are to topline the bilingual feature comedy “French Immersion,” from director Kevin Tierney.

The $6.3 million Canadian indie film about English-speaking Canadians learning French in small-town Quebec will also star Martha Burns, Gavin Crawford, Jacob Tierney, Marcel Sylvain, Quebec singer Robert Charlebois and Karine Vanasse.

Vaugier just completed a star-turn opposite Piper Perabo in the USA Network spy drama "Covert Affairs,” which is shooting in Toronto.
 
Vaugier is repped by APA and Mosaic.

Feore, who is repped by the Coronel Group, is coming off star-turns in "24" and Jacob Tierney’s Canadian indie film “The Trostsky.” He is also booked for roles in Kenneth Branagh’s “Thor,” the Marvel Studios adaptation of its comic book, and the Showtime cable series “The Borgias,” which shoots in Budapest later this year.

“French Immersion” is shooting just east of Montreal, ahead of a planned July 1, 2011 theatrical release.
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