We are a Canadian company that specializes in the production and international distribution of high quality television programming for the worldwide marketplace. Since the inception of Incendo in 2001, our company has produced compelling movies, television series as well as documentaries that have been sold throughout the world. Through the joint venture with Twentieth Century Fox International Television (Fox/Incendo), we are the leading television distribution company in Canada and we also handle theatrical distribution in Québec for Paramount Pictures. Our library holds over 50 domestically produced television series, movies and documentaries. In 2015, we are producing five new made-for-television movies, as well as the Versailles series in coproduction with CAPA Drama and Zodiak Fiction. Based in Montreal, the company also has offices in Toronto and Los Angeles.
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Crossfire is the harrowing tale of Samantha Harrison, a female warrior who returns from the front lines of Iraq to find that non of her training helps her deal with PTSD or her struggles to return to a normal life. Samantha comes home to find out she's being blamed for a friendly fire incident that killed two Americans and she becomes the target of an obsessed soldier seeking revenge for their deaths. She tries to reassemble her fragmented memories of that horrific night in order to convince everyone, including herself, that she didn't do it. Who do you turn to when you can't trust your own memories and the few people you do trust are being killed off one by one?
Detective Amber Cross is Hartford, Connecticut's go-to crisis negotiator, currently at risk of losing custody of her young son to her estranged husband. And despite a recent setback when she was blamed for the tragic end of a domestic stand-off, she's the first to get called in when Calum, a troubled and dangerous young genius, hijacks a bus load of school children and holds them ransom for a mysteriously specific amount of money. As Amber negotiates for control of the scene with the hot-headed and trigger-happy lead of the tactical team, the villain also becomes the victim when it's discovered that Calum's ailing mother's staggeringly high medical insurance claim. Amber now must try to stickhandle a safe resolution to what seems like an irresolvable conflict; saving the lives of these abducted children, even if she may not be able to retain custody of her own.
Meet Morgan. At first glance, she's just your average cleaning lady. She has no problem getting her hands dirty, which is a good thing considering it's not fancy houses she cleans for a living - it's gruesome crime scenes. It's at one of these scenes that Morgan discovers a key piece of evidence overlooked by the forensics team. This, and her knack for reading blood splatter, catch Nick's attention, a newbie detective working the case. The pair soon become unofficial partners on what's become a stream of related murders and the closer they get to solving the mystery the closer they get to each other. But while they succeed in getting a confession from their primary suspect, their feelings for each other risk blinding them to the truth and they find themselves dangerously close to the real killer.
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Louis XIV is twenty-eight years old. In order to rule over the nobility and to permanently impose his absolute power, he launches the construction of Versailles, like one sets a trap. Louis XIV is a young king haunted by childhood trauma, the Fronde, a rebellion of the nobility against his father Louis XIII…
Outstanding political strategist, manipulator, Machiavellian, he will “invent” Versailles in order to keep the Nobles away from Paris and under control; he is progressively transforming Versailles into a golden prison. He is also inclined to Romanesque passions, but how to live them out when one is the greatest king of the world?
The first season follows the King as he turns into the Sun King: the King of the Kings. The historical and fictional characters, ranging from the most known courtier to the most humble villager, guide us through a world of betrayal and intimate secrets, of political maneuvers and war declarations, revealing Versailles in all its glory and brutality.
Director: Jalie Lespert, Christoph Schrewe, Thomas Vincent and Daniel Roby
© 2015 Capa Drama / Zodiak Fiction / Incendo / Canal +
Created by Simon Mirren and David Wolstencroft
Written by Simon Mirren, David Wolstencroft, André Jacquemetton, Maria Jacquemetton, Andrew Bampfield et Sasha Hails.
Incendo is the theatrical distributor for Paramount Pictures in Quebec. We distribute their hot new releases and biggest blockbusters in both English and French across the province.
Incendo is the largest distributor of television programming in Canada. We supply specials, movies, documentaries and primetime series to all tiers of Canadian broadcast, the Internet and mobile platforms in both English and French. Programming includes Fox productions, Incendo’s own series and made-for-TV movies, plus content from international producers. Fox/Incendo licenses both companies’ English and French language programs in Canada. Our extensive library features such producers as Twentieth Century Fox, GRB Entertainment, Content Media Corporation plc., Incendo Productions and IMG (French Canada only). Twentieth Century Fox is a subsidiary of News Corporation. News Corporation’s diversified global operations include producing and distributing motion pictures and television programming; television, satellite, cable and digital media broadcasting and transmission; newspaper, magazine and book publishing; producing and distributing promotional and advertising products and services; and developing conditional access and subscriber management systems.
Michael D. Murphy
Senior Vice-President & Managing Director
Vice-President, Program Sales
Vice-President, Program Sales
Vice-President, Program Sales
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