LES FILMS SEVILLE PICTURES
Seville is an integrated producer and distributor of feature films and television programming for the Canadian and international markets. The company's headquarters are in Montreal
Founded in 1999, Seville has already become a leading Canadian distributor of domestic and foreign films. The company has successfully distributed Comme une Image, Nuit de Noces, Être et Avoir, Swimming Pool, Va, Vis et Deviens, La Mala Educación, Goodbye Lenin! and Ce Qu'il Reste de Nous.
Seville is also involved in the production of independent films, as producer or executive producer. Productions include Posers, Hatley High, La Peau Blanche, The Myth of the Male Orgasm, The Drive, Perpetrators of the Crime, Vers le Sud and These Girls. In 2002, the company co-produced The Russian Ark, by Alexander Sokurov, the first digitally shot feature to be shown in official competition at the Cannes Film Festival.
With Canadian distribution rights for almost 600 independent features and worldwide rights for over 80 features and documentaries including Mémoires Affectives, Le Déclin de l'Empire Américain, and the children's television series Mighty Machines, Seville's catalogue is one of the largest in Canada.