L'Affaire Dumont

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L'Affaire Dumont
Directed by Daniel Grou
Produced by Nicole Robert
Written by Danielle Dansereau
Cinematography Bernard Couture
Edited by Valérie Héroux
Distributed by Alliance Vivafilm
Seville Pictures
Release dates
  • September 13, 2012 (2012-09-13) (Quebec City Film Festival)
Running time
121 minutes
Country Canada
Language French
Budget $4.9 million

L'Affaire Dumont is a Canadian drama film, released in 2012. Written by Danielle Dansereau and directed by Daniel "Podz" Grou, the film stars Marc-André Grondin as Michel Dumont, a divorced young father of two who is accused of a sexual assault he did not commit. The film's cast also includes Geneviève Brouillette and Marilyn Castonguay.

The film garnered seven Canadian Screen Awards nominations at the 1st Canadian Screen Awards, including Best Picture, Best Actor in a Leading Role (Grondin), Best Actress in a Leading Role (Castonguay), Best Art Direction and Production Design (André Guimond), Best Editing (Valérie Héroux), Best Sound Editing (Pierre-Jules Audet, Michelle Cloutier, Thierry Bourgault D'Amico, Nathalie Fleurant and Cédrick Marin) and Best Make-Up (Marlène Rouleau and André Duval).

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