Marc Daigle

Marc Daigle is one of the founding members of ACPAV (l’Association coopérative de productions audio-visuelles – Co-operative Audiovisual Production Association). Since ACPAV’s founding in 1971, he has worked with the association as a producer. He has produced films by some of the leading lights of the 1970s generation of directors Jean Chabot (UNE NUIT EN AMERIQUE, 1974), Jean-Guy Noël (TU BRULES,… TU BRULES…, 1973; TICUL TOUGAS, 1976; TINAME, 1987), Paul Tana (LES GRANDS ENFANTS, 1980; CAFFE ITALIA, MONTREAL, 1985; LA SARRASINE, 1991; LA DEROUTE, 1998), Hubert-Yves Rose (LA LIGNE DE CHALEUR, 1989). He has also worked in partnership with Bernadette Payeur, in particular on Pierre Falardeau’s films (LE PARTY, 1989; OCTOBRE, 1994; MIRACLE A MEMPHIS, 1999; 15 FEVRIER 1839, 2000) and Bernard Émond (LA FEMME QUI BOIT, 2001). He also worked on documentary film with Suzanne Guy (L’ANNEE QUI CHANGE LA VIE, 1992 and DU COEUR A L’AME AVEC OU SANS DIEU, 1996), in a team alongside Bernadette Payeur with Jean-Claude Coulbois (UN MIROIR SUR LA SCENE, 1997), Guy Parent (LES NOUVEAUX ALCHIMISTES, 1999) and Edgar Soldevilla (DANS L’ESPRIT DE NORMAN BETHUNE, 2002) and currently with Sylvie Groulx (GABRIEL GASCON, UNE VIE, UN SIECLE, currently underway); these latter films in partnership with producer René Gueissaz. He has continued his feature-film work with Paul Thinel’s LES IMMORTELS, 2003, with Sophie Salbot/Athénaïse REVES DE POUSSIERE by Laurent Salgues, 2006, his first coproduction experience.