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Ricardo Trogi


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Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television Award for Best Screenplay

1981, Dodging the Clock, Quebec‑Montreal, Le Mirage

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Ricardo Trogi (born March 25, 1970 in Quebec City, Quebec) is a Canadian filmmaker, director and actor.


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Trogi’s first two films, Québec-Montréal, about seven twenty-something travellers driving between the two cities, and Horloge biologique, a look at three men and their decisions about having children, were both critical and commercial hits, with Quebec-Montréal receiving four Jutra Awards. His third feature titled Mille neuf cent quatre-vingt-un (1981), a semi-autobiographical film about a boy's coming of age, was released in September 2009. In addition to film work, Trogi also directed the 2004-2005 television series Smash.


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  • 2003 Jutra Award for Québec-Montréal
  • Director

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    Feature films
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  • 2002: Québec-Montréal
  • 2005: Dodging the Clock
  • 2009: 1981
  • 2014: 1987
  • 2015: Le Mirage

  • TV series
  • 1988: La Course destination monde (TV documentary series)
  • 2004: Smash (TV mini-series)
  • 2006: La chambre no 13 (TV mini-series)
  • 2007: Les étoiles filantes (TV series)
  • 2011: Malenfant (TV series)
  • Screenwriter

  • 2002: Québec-Montréal
  • 2005: Dodging the Clock
  • 2009: 1981
  • Actor

  • 2002: Québec-Montréal as a police agent
  • 2009: 1981 as narrator
  • 2010: Le baiser du barbu as Frank
  • 2014: 1987 as narrator
  • References

    Ricardo Trogi Wikipedia