Radio-Canada’s Louise Lantagne to join Attraction

Louise Lantagne, the head of TV at the French-language Canadian pubcaster, is to join Quebec producer Attraction Images as VP of fiction, feature film and documentary.
September 26, 2014

Quebec film and TV producer Attraction Images has hired long-serving Radio-Canada exec Louise Lantagne.

Lantagne has been hired as VP of fiction, feature film and documentary after 15 years at Radio-Canada, which she joined initially as head of feature films. Her last day with the Canadian broadcaster will be October 24.

She rose to become executive director of television at Radio-Canada in 2008, with Les Bougon, Les Invincibles, Tout sur moi, C.A., Les Parent and Minuit le soir among her credits.

Attraction Images is best known for TV series including La Vie la vie, Les Jeunes Loups and Au secours de Béatrice, and movies such as Jean-Marc Vallee’s C.R.A.Z.Y.

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