NICOLAS CLERMONT (Producer) is an independent producer whose career in films began in the early Sixties in France. In 1968, Clermont moved to Montreal where he became involved in directing and producing educational documentaries and series for television. In 1979, Clermont became an independent producer and after producing in Los Angeles, he came back to Montreal in the early 1980s and joined forces with Montreal-based Filmline Productions to form Filmline International, Inc.

In a relatively short time, Filmline International became one of the leaders in production and co-production in Canada, producing an impressive slate of features, movies of the week and mini-series, such as "Bethune - The Making of a Hero," the first official co-production with China starring Donald Sutherland and Helen Mirren, "Vendetta 11," a six-hour mini-series, starring Eli Wallach, Carol Alt and Burt Young, in co-production with Titanus and Silvio Berlusconi Communications of Italy, "The Breakthrough," based on a Daphne Du Maurier novella, a co-production with Great Britain, in association with USA Networks, "Highlander - the Series," Gemini Award nominated for Best Dramatic Series in 1995, this series is an official co-production with Gaumont Television, France, "Young Ivanhoe" starring Stacy Keach and Margot Kidder and "A Young Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court" starring Michael York, Theresa Russell and Nick Mancuso, two three-party co-productions (Canada/France/ U.K.), shot in the castles outside of Prague; "Rainbow" a co-production with Great Britain directed by and starring Bob Hoskins, "Hollow Point," directed by Sidney Furie and starring Tia Carrere, John Lithgow and Donald Sutherland, "Silent Trigger," a feature film co-produced with Algonquin Productions Limited (U.K.), starring Dolph Lundgren and directed by Russell Mulcahy, "Natural Enemy," a thriller directed by Douglas Jackson starring Donald Sutherland, Lesley Ann Warren, William McNamara and Tia Carrere, "Noose" a Ted Demme film starring Denis Leary, Kelly Lynch, Jeanne Tripplehorn, Billy Crudup and Martin Sheen; "Free Money," directed by Yves Simoneau and starring Marlon Brando, Donald Sutherland, Charlie Sheen and Mira Sorvino. Presently in production is "Eye of the Beholder," directed by Stephan Elliott and featuring Ewan McGregor, Ashley Judd, kd lang and Jason Priestley.

In September 1996, Filmline International became a wholly-owned subsidiary of Behaviour Communications Inc., a Montreal-based multi-media public company.

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