M’aimes-tu ?

A surprising series on relationships, on emotional well-being, and on our lives within society. A brilliant mixture of documentary and fiction, the programs reach out to viewers, bringing a particular viewpoint to sensitive issues of contemporary life. Each program is divided into three parts. The first part, based on a fictional situation, presents a particular scenario which ends with the intervention of a psychologist. The second part features the stories of people who tell about how they have lived through a particular difficulty. In the third part, a group of young people describe with freshness and candor, the realities of adolescence. The Docu-dramas cast a new look and bring out an unusual dimension of social realities such as divorce, school drop-outs, juvenile delinquency, homosexuality, the new generation of 20 to 25 year-olds, inter-culturalism, obesity, adolescence, among others.

Production
Ideacom International

Distinctions

Awards
Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television – Prix Gémeaux 2003

– Les Immortels de la télé, for the M’aimes-tu ? Series
Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television – Prix Gémeaux 1996
-Best Documentary Series
Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television – Prix Gémeaux 1995
– Best Series – Service Programs
– Best Directing – Cultural or Service Programs
– Best Research – Cultural or Service Programs
Quebec Ministry for International Affairs, Immigration,
and Cultural Communities 1995 & 1994
– Award for Intercultural Understanding
Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television – Prix Gémeaux 1994
– Best Series – Service Programs
– Best Directing – Cultural or Service Programs
– Best Photography – All Categories, Video
– Best Research – Cultural or Service Programs
Department of Canadian Heritage 1994
– Award for Multiculturalism
Social Communication Bureau 1994
– Prize for Radio and Television Programs

Official Selection
Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television – Prix Gémeaux 1996
– Best Directing – Documentary Series
Quebec Association of Independent Journalists 1995
– The René-Lévesque Prize – Electronic Media

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Broadcaster

The Team

Producers
Louise Viens
Jacques Nadeau

Line Producer
Lynn Phaneuf

Content Producer
Dominique Langelier

Host
Alain Poirier

Category
TV Magazine / Docu-drama – Society & Science

Format
50×30’ & 4×52’ (Special Editions)

Language
French

Shooting Format
Betacam SP NTSC & PAL

Delivery Support
Betacam SP NTSC & PAL

Copyright: 1993-1996

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