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Maxime Remillard

Maxime Rémillard, born on January 17 1975 in Greenfield Park, Quebec, is co-president and chief operating officer of Remstar Corporation, founded in 1997. The company produces and distributes cinema and television products, including the V TV network. After taking film studies at the University of Ottawa and another university in California, Maxime returned to Montreal and founded Remstar, together with his brother Julien. Initially focusing on film distribution, Remstar ensured the Canadian success of a number of productions, including Karakter (Academy Award for Best Foreign-Language Film); Monster (Academy Award for Best Actress/Charlize Theron); The Triplets of Belleville (Genie Award for Best Film); The Beat That My Heart Skipped (César for Best Film); Tanguy; and the mega-production Napoléon. More recently, Remstar distributed The Wrestler with Mickey Rourke, Sticky Fingers by Ken Scott and the animated film Planet 51. Maxime then began focusing on financing and producing projects such as No Good Deed starring Samuel L.


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