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Xavier Dolan Sets First TV Drama ‘The Night Logan Woke Up’

Veteran Canadian film director Xavier Dolan has joined the golden age of TV.

‘Matthias & Maxime’: Film Review | Cannes 2019

In 'Matthias & Maxime,' the latest from Canadian filmmaker Xavier Dolan, two childhood buddies are forced to confront their feelings for each other after they kiss for a friend's short film.

‘A Brother’s Love’ (‘La femme de mon frere’): Film Review | Cannes 2019

The feature debut from Quebec actress Monia Chokri, 'A Brother's Love,' stars Anne-Elisabeth Bosse, Patrick Hivon and Evelyne Brochu and opened the Un Certain Regard section in Cannes.

Xavier Dolan to Debut ‘Donovan’ Film at TIFF Following Cannes “Bullying” Accusations

Following a dustup in Cannes and drama with Jessica Chastain, the prodigious Canadian auteur says he is ready to "share" his troubled Hollywood debut? with the world: "The only thing left to do now…

Hollywood Flashback: Xavier Dolan Wowed With ‘I Killed My Mother’ in 2009

Ahead of the Monday premiere of his first English-language film 'The Death & Life of John F. Donovan' at TIFF, The Hollywood Reporter takes a look at his splashy Cannes debut, when Xavier Dolan was…

Xavier Dolan Cuts Jessica Chastain From ‘Death and Life of John F. Donovan’

The Canadian director took to Instagram to say the edit suite move "has nothing to do" with the Hollywood star's performance.

Xavier Dolan Reveals His Eighth Feature, ‘Matt & Max’ (Exclusive)

Following the star-studded English-language title 'The Death and Life of John F. Donovan,' the prolific French Canadian auteur is returning to his roots with an intimate drama set in Quebec.

Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Flea, Xavier Dolan Join Joel Edgerton’s ‘Boy Erased’

Tony winner Cherry Jones and music artist Troye Sivan are also joining the cast of the gay conversion drama.

Top Directors Oppose Film and TV “Super Agency” Merger in Canada

David Cronenberg, Xavier Dolan, Sarah Polley and Denis Villeneuve are among filmmakers urging Telefilm Canada to stay independent.

‘1:54’: Film Review

'Mommy' star Antoine Olivier Pilon plays a high school athlete facing a severe form of cyberbullying in actor-director Yan England's feature debut, '1:54.'

Xavier Dolan’s ‘It’s Only the End of the World’ Leads Canadian Screen Award Film Nominations

The Tatiana Maslany-starrer 'Orphan Black' leads the field in TV categories at Canada's national media awards.

Canada’s Biggest Film Financier Pledges That Half of Its Projects Will Be Directed or Written by Women

Telefilm Canada, led by Carolle Brabant, said it will now "favor" projects by women helmers and writers.