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NETFLIX GREENLIGHTS UNTITLED DOCUMENTARY ON EXPOS’ LONG-DEBATED DEPARTURE FROM MONTREAL IN FIRST FILM FROM CREATIVE PARTNERSHIP WITH ATTRACTION

NETFLIX GREENLIGHTS UNTITLED DOCUMENTARY ON EXPOS’ LONG-DEBATED DEPARTURE FROM MONTREAL IN FIRST FILM FROM CREATIVE PARTNERSHIP WITH ATTRACTION

Published on 2024-02-21 at 09:30

 • Netflix today announced the first greenlight under its creative partnership with Montreal-based Attraction.  • The untitled documentary film will explore the setbacks that led to the departure of Quebec's beloved Expos from Montreal, and how it continues to spark debate 20 years later.   • Director: Jean-François Poisson   • Executive Producers: Marie-Christine Pouliot and Richard Speer  • Quote from Richard"…"

NETFLIX ANNOUNCES FIRST LOOK DEAL WITH MONTREAL-BASED ATTRACTION

NETFLIX ANNOUNCES FIRST LOOK DEAL WITH MONTREAL-BASED ATTRACTION

Published on 2023-11-15 at 10:00

Netflix today announced a new first look deal with Attraction. The first look will include French language film projects, which Attraction will develop and produce. Quote from Richard Speer, President, Attraction: Attraction is excited to announce this groundbreaking partnership with Netflix, a first in the Canadian market. This deal not only elevates Quebec content to the global stage but also demonstrates Netflix's commitment to promoting our local Francophone talent to audiences around the"…"

Julie Normandin and Rémi Aboussouan appointed Vice Presidents at Attraction

Julie Normandin and Rémi Aboussouan appointed Vice Presidents at Attraction

Published on 2023-06-08 at 09:00

Attraction proudly announces the appointment of Julie Normandin as Vice President, Development and Creation, and Rémi Aboussouan as Vice President, Digital and Communications. This latest announcement reflects the company's ongoing commitment to the professional growth and career development of its employees. With Attraction for over a decade, Julie Normandin’s innovative ideas and unparalleled creative collaboration have led to dozens of commissions in Quebec, some of which have gone on to"…"

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