In the case of Canadian actor and director Luc Picard’s “Cross My Heart,” a sensitive adaptation of Nicole Bélanger’s novel “Les Rois Mongols,” there are two main factors that govern the radical course taken by solemn 12-year-old Manon (Milya Corbeil-Gauvreau).

The Death and Life of John F. Donovan, The Breadwinner, and Vikings all share one very important quality: they’re all wildly successful Canadian coproductions! With official coproduction treaties with over 50 countries and counting, coproductions are an important driver of our country’s diverse and dynamic screen industry.

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