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President and co-founder of Cinémaginaire, Denise Robert has left her mark on the Quebec and Canadian cinematographic landscape, producing many nationally and internationally acclaimed and award-winning works. In addition to MENTEUR, she produced Denys Arcand's LES INVASIONS BARBARES, which won the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film, three Césars, including Best Film, and over forty awards worldwide. His many productions also include Denys Arcand's LA CHUTE DE L'EMPIRE AMÉRICAIN, sold and screened at festivals around the world, acquired by Sony Pictures Classics and winner of the Iris Award for Best Foreign Film; 

DE PÈRE EN FLIC 2 directed by Émile Gaudreault, winner of the Golden Screen Award for Best Canadian Box Office in 2017; 

1 : 54, the first feature film by Yan England, winner of numerous audience awards around the world, including the Gala Québec Cinéma, the Junior Jury Award at the Festival de Namur in Belgium, and the Student Jury and Best Actor Awards at the Festival d'Angoulême in France; DE PÈRE EN FLIC, directed by Émile Gaudreault and scripted by Émile Gaudreault and Ian Lauzon, won the Guichet d'or and Bobine d'or awards, and became the number-one French-language film of all time at the Quebec and Canadian box offices;

L'ÂGE DES TÉNÈBRES by Denys Arcand, closing film at the Cannes Film Festival and opening film at the Toronto Film Festival; MAURICE RICHARD by Charles Binamé, critically acclaimed and winner of nine Genie awards and multiple international prizes; Émile Gaudreault's MAMBO ITALIANO, which sold worldwide; 

Paul Arcand's documentaries LES VOLEURS D'ENFANCE, which was the biggest box-office hit in Quebec, and DÉRAPAGES (1.8 million at the box-office), which was called a necessity and attracted over 1,200,000 viewers when broadcast on TVA ; 

and LE CONFESSIONNAL DE ROBERT LEPAGE, which opened the Directors' Fortnight at the Cannes Film Festival and won a number of prestigious awards. In the summer of 2012, Denise Robert produced Luc Dionne's OMERTÀ, based on the 90s cult series and twice a millionaire at the box office, as well as Denise Filiatrault's MA VIE EN CINÉMASCOPE in 2004.