Go to main content
Francis Leclerc

Francis Leclerc

French-Canadian film director, screenwriter and film editor
January 1, 1970 (53 years old)

The Dishwasher

V.O.: Le Plongeur
Can. 2022. Mores drama by Francis Leclerc with Henri Picard, Charles-Aubey Houde, Joan Hart. As the holidays approach, a nineteen-year-old from Montreal with no apartment gets a job as a dishwasher in a restaurant to pay off his heavy gambling debts.
Runtime: 127 min.
Parental Guidance

The Time Harvester

V.O.: L'Arracheuse de temps
Can. 2021. Fantasy comedy by Francis Leclerc with Jade Charbonneau, Michèle Deslauriers, Céline Bonnier. Worn out by illness, an elderly woman tells her grandson about a legend she bore witness to in her village of Saint-Élie-de-Caxton during her adolescence.
Runtime: 114 min.
Can. 2017. Chronicle by Francis Leclerc with Justin Leyrolles-Bouchard, Roy Dupuis, Julien Leclerc. In the fall of 1926 in La Tuque, 12-year-old Félix Leclerc befriends a boy his own age from a very poor family, who helps him hear the call of the sea.
Runtime: 114 min.

A No-Hit No-Run Summer

V.O.: Un Été sans point ni coup sûr
Can. 2008. Chronicle by Francis Leclerc with Patrice Robitaille, Pier-Luc Funk, Jacinthe Laguë. In the summer of 1969, the father of a young baseball enthusiast forms a team with the children rejected by the parish coach.
Runtime: 104 min.

Marie Antoinette

V.O.: Marie-Antoinette
Can. 2006. Biography by Francis Leclerc, Yves Simoneau with Karine Vanasse, Olivier Aubin, David La Haye. The life of the last queen of France, from her arrival as a teenager at the court of Versailles to her execution in 1793 by the revolutionary tribunal.
Runtime: 123 min.

Looking for Alexander

V.O.: Mémoires affectives
Can. 2004. Psychological drama by Francis Leclerc with Roy Dupuis, Rosa Zacharie, Guy Thauvette. After emerging from a long coma, a veterinarian finds himself totally amnesiac and haunted by strange visions.
Runtime: 101 min.

Girl at the Window

V.O.: Une Jeune Fille à la fenêtre
Can. 2001. Psychological drama by Francis Leclerc with Fanny Mallette, Evelyne Rompré, Hugues Frenette. Knowing she is dying of an illness, a young village girl leaves to go study piano in Quebec City, where she discovers a lively and exciting life.
Runtime: 91 min.

© 2021. All rights reserved.