Louis 19, Le Roi Des Ondes

Release Information
April 1, 1994
Montréal and province 40 screens
Library and Archives Canada - Canadian Feature Film Database (LAC)
April 1, 1994
Toronto EST
Library and Archives Canada - Canadian Feature Film Database (LAC)
April 1, 1994
Montréal and province 40 screens
Library and Archives Canada - Canadian Feature Film Database (LAC)
April 1, 1994
Toronto EST
Library and Archives Canada - Canadian Feature Film Database (LAC)
December 2, 1994
Montréal and province 40 screens
Library and Archives Canada - Canadian Feature Film Database (LAC)
December 2, 1994
Toronto EST
Library and Archives Canada - Canadian Feature Film Database (LAC)
December 2, 1994
Montréal and province 40 screens
Library and Archives Canada - Canadian Feature Film Database (LAC)
December 2, 1994
Toronto EST
Library and Archives Canada - Canadian Feature Film Database (LAC)
Budget
Budget: $3,100,000
Distributors

Production Details

Producer
Richard Sadler
Richard Sadler
Richard Sadler
Richard Sadler
Richard Sadler
Richard Sadler
Richard Sadler
Richard Sadler
Richard Sadler
Richard Sadler
Richard Sadler
Jacques Dorfmann
Jacques Dorfmann
Jacques Dorfmann
Jacques Dorfmann
Jacques Dorfmann
Jacques Dorfmann
Line Producer
Michel Poulette
Jacques Dorfmann
Jacques Dorfmann
Émile Gaudreault
Michel Poulette
Director
Michel Poulette
Michel Poulette
Michel Poulette
Michel Poulette
Michel Poulette
Michel Poulette
Michel Poulette
Jacques Dorfmann
Jacques Dorfmann
Jacques Dorfmann
Émile Gaudreault
Émile Gaudreault
Émile Gaudreault
Michel Poulette
Michel Poulette
Michel Poulette
Michel Poulette
Michel Poulette
Michel Poulette
Michel Poulette
Director of Photography
Daniel Jobin
Daniel Jobin
Daniel Jobin
Daniel Jobin
Daniel Jobin
Daniel Jobin
Daniel Jobin
Daniel Jobin
Daniel Jobin
Daniel Jobin
Daniel Jobin
Daniel Jobin
Daniel Jobin
Daniel Jobin
Daniel Jobin
Daniel Jobin
Daniel Jobin
Daniel Jobin
Daniel Jobin
Daniel Jobin
Daniel Jobin
Daniel Jobin
Daniel Jobin
Daniel Jobin
Daniel Jobin
Daniel Jobin
Music
Jean-Marie Benoît
Jean-Marie Benoît
Jean-Marie Benoît
Jean-Marie Benoît
Jean-Marie Benoît
Jean-Marie Benoît
Jean-Marie Benoît
Jean-Marie Benoît
Writer
Dominique Michel
Michel Poulette
Michel Poulette
Richard Sadler
Richard Sadler
Jacques Dorfmann
Sylvie Bouchard
Michel Michaud
Michel Michaud
Michel Michaud
Émile Gaudreault
Émile Gaudreault
Émile Gaudreault
Émile Gaudreault
Michel Poulette
Michel Poulette
Editor
Denis Papillon
Denis Papillon
Denis Papillon
Denis Papillon
Denis Papillon
Denis Papillon
Denis Papillon
Denis Papillon
Denis Papillon
Denis Papillon
Denis Papillon
Denis Papillon
Denis Papillon
Cast
Agathe de la Fontaine
Martin Drainville
Martin Drainville
Martin Drainville
Martin Drainville
Martin Drainville
Martin Drainville
Martin Drainville
Martin Drainville
Dominique Michel
Dominique Michel
Dominique Michel
Dominique Michel
Dominique Michel
Dominique Michel
Dominique Michel
Dominique Michel
Dominique Michel
Dominique Michel
Macha Grenon
Macha Grenon
Macha Grenon
Macha Grenon
Macha Grenon
Macha Grenon
Macha Grenon
Macha Grenon
Macha Grenon
Macha Grenon
Macha Grenon
Macha Grenon
Macha Grenon
Macha Grenon
Macha Grenon
Macha Grenon
Macha Grenon
Macha Grenon
Macha Grenon
Macha Grenon
Macha Grenon
Macha Grenon
Macha Grenon
Yves Jacques
Yves Jacques
Yves Jacques
Yves Jacques
Yves Jacques
Yves Jacques
Yves Jacques
Yves Jacques
Yves Jacques
Yves Jacques
Yves Jacques
Yves Jacques
Yves Jacques
Yves Jacques
Yves Jacques
Yves Jacques
Yves Jacques
Yves Jacques
Yves Jacques
Yves Jacques
Yves Jacques
Yves Jacques
Yves Jacques
Yves Jacques
Jean L'Italien
Jean L'Italien
Jean L'Italien
Jean L'Italien
Jean L'Italien
Jean L'Italien
Patricia Tulasne
Patricia Tulasne
Patricia Tulasne
Patricia Tulasne
Patricia Tulasne
Gilbert Lachance
Jean-Marie Benoît
93 minutes, 1993

As grand-prize winner of the “Big Star” contest, Louis Jobin, a young bachelor without a past but great T.V. lover and unapologetic channel surfer, one day finds himself catapulted to stardom. Day and night a camera follows him and its images are broadcast live on television. During his glorious ascent, Louis discovers that fame goes hand-in-hand with serious drawbacks. He rebels and plots to beat television at its own game: pictures. A joyful metaphor on the struggle between reality and fiction, the all-consuming small screen, and a crazy channel surfer.

Source: Library and Archives Canada - Canadian Feature Film Database (LAC)

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