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French Canadian Actress and Writer is Found in Dynamic Love Drama ‘Lost Ones’

Performer and author Eliane Gagnon, one of Canada’s first expanding film and television abilities, is satisfied to declare her short show film – “Lost Ones” – has been named an Official Determination for the Los Angeles CineFest.

Los Angeles CineFest ( is a month to month global online celebration that is beginning January 14-21, 2016.

“Lost Ones” is composed, delivered, coordinated by and stars Gagnon, who a year ago composed and created the short show, “Douce Amere (Self-contradicting),” that won the Best Worldwide Short Film Grant at the Universal Film Celebration of Williamsburg in New York City.

“Lost Ones” takes after the narrative of affection starved Canadian lady and a negative Canadian man who are from unmistakably extraordinary foundations and are attempting to answer the immortal question of adoration: what is “the one” and is there even a wonder such as this? The impossible match consider the sentimental perfect’s presence in a world shopper by advanced innovation and loaded with dialect, geological and enthusiastic boundaries.

Gagnon stars in the film in the part of Mila. Acting her inverse in the part of Tom is Joseph Murray, who a year ago acted in David Cronenberg’s “Maps to the Stars” and has formed music for more than 20 other film and television titles.

“This short film exists through the relationship of two people who become more acquainted with each other throughout one night,” said Gagnon. “It’s a two performer film and a romantic tale between a devastated, French Canadian lady who begins to look all starry eyed at an English Canadian artist.”

With a specific end goal to make “Lost Ones,” Gagnon got an exceptional give from BRAVO Truth that was authorized by Chime Media. For the idea and portrayal, Gagnon was somewhat motivated by Charles Bukowski’s ballad – “Alone with Everyone” – and she likewise drew upon encounters that hit up close and personal. “I truly was motivated by my own particular life,” she said. “Mila was truly near me from multiple points of view. She is a character who is experiencing considerable difficulties her connections.”

Murray stated, “The film is around two grown-ups, lost in their pointless scan for adoration. The film is an all around made look into a story that a significant number of us can identify with somehow. I think what the film does well is depict the unwinding occasions of these two lost souls in an energetic and naturalistic way.”

Gagnon’s script made a prompt impact on Murray, who likewise felt an individual association with the story’s topical material. “The script addressed me immediately,” he said. “I was at once in my life where you could perhaps depict myself as a ‘lost one,’ so it felt simple to identify with the story and embed my own particular encounters.”

In the course of the most recent 12 years Gagnon, a Montreal local, has worked in film and TV as an on-screen character. She’s been composing amid the most recent six years and brings her own one of a kind special point of view into creations as a trilingual ability with French Canadian and Chilean legacy.

“I loved the trustworthiness that Eliane conveyed to the composition of Lost Ones,” Murray said. “As a French-local speaker composing discourse in English, there were a few minutes in the script that were endearingly fair and energetic that raised incredible dialogs of correspondence and validness. I would depict Eliane’s composition to be real to her voice.”

Talking on her beyond any doubt gave, remarkable ability to art dramatization, strife and relatable characters, Gagnon stated, “Characters I compose are frequently not from immaculate families and have not encountered the best family illustrations. It was really simple to breath life into Mila on the grounds that she was near me. It was truly enjoyable to make this relationship trustworthy amongst Mila and Tom.”

Julie Groleau, who delivered the short film, “Bridge,” that won the Alternate ways Honor at the 2015 Toronto Global Film Celebration, line created “Lost Ones.” She says “Lost Ones” is about the advancement of adoration and incorporates love’s high and low focuses, which give the film’s characters an entire circular segment.

“I imagine that Lost Ones is, as it were, a vibe decent film,” Groleau said. “Obviously, you saw the young lady toward the finish of the connection, alone in a room crying. However, the initial segment of the film, the connection is excellent. The gathering of people would carry on an incredible minute to find these two individuals beginning to look all starry eyed at.”

Groleau noticed Gagnon’s screenwriting capacity to have workmanship reflect life in her execution of the idea and quest for affection inside the film’s storyline. “In the script, love is truly similar to, all things considered,” Groleau said. “It could be delightful and enchanted, additionally extremely coldblooded.”

Showing itself in “Lost Ones” too is Gagnon’s remarkable acting capacity. The worldwide excellence has acted in more than 20 recognized creations spreading over film, television and web arrangement. She played Paulette in Stamp Penney’s acclaimed include show, “The Wonderful Hazard,” that got grant designations at the Bogota Film Celebration and the Shanghai Universal Film Celebration in 2014. Gagnon played a 18-year old Emiliana Cyr in the component biopic – “Louis Cyr” – about the world’s most grounded man toward the finish of the nineteenth century. Coordinated by the honor winning Daniel Roby, “Louis Cyr” featured Antoine Bertrand and Emmy champ Gil Cries (“Sanctuary Grandin,” “The Shawshank Reclamation”). It won 11 distinct honors at the 2014 Genie and Jutra Grants.

Of Gagnon’s execution in “Lost Ones” Murray stated, “I particularly delighted in acting inverse to Eliane! We knew each other some time recently, yet not well. So it was fun investigating our relationship as companions and specialists while during the time spent recording it and making a film. The acting procedure was extremely common and I would love to work with her once more.”

Groleau saw Gagnon’s depiction of Mila as one including characteristic authenticity and convincing realness. “The acting of Eliane in the film is genuine, exceptionally enthusiastic,” she stated, “yet not all that much. She acted like she lived for genuine the story, and the way that she composed it helps, I think, for that sort of enthusiastic acting.”

Gagnon made her component film make a big appearance in the part of Charlie in the 2008 element show, “Behind Me.” Coordinated, composed and created by Rafael Ouellet, “Behind Me” was assigned for the Best Film Grant at the 2009 Buenos Aires Universal Celebration of Free Silver screen. She later went ahead to act in basic parts in the component dramatization, “Jo for Jonathan,” which won the Celebration Prize at the 2011 Gotham Screen Worldwide Film Celebration Grants, in the element show “Ceci n’est pas un polar” with the honor winning “La Femme Nikita” on-screen character Roy Dupuis and in Renee Beaulieu’s “Le Garagiste.”

Her short filmography incorporates chief and driving parts in “La Part de l’Homme” coordinated by the Global Foundation of Web TV Grants candidate Adam Kosh, and in addition “Avant demain” from executive maker Sandrine Brodeur-Desrosiers.

On TV and in web arrangement Gagnon acts in repeating parts for “Dad” from maker Jonathan Roberge, Radio Canada’s “Memoires Vives” and the two-time Gemeaux Grant winning show arrangement, “Feminin/Feminin.” From 2004-2008, Gagnon acted in the repeating part of Kim Bellavance in 100 scenes of the Vivaclic Canadian comic drama dramatization arrangement, “Ramdam.”

Gagnon’s other composition credits incorporate the 2014 web arrangement, “Je t’aime tue-moi,” the 2014 short film, “Deal” and the 2011 Oliver Sabino-coordinated show, “The Best Mother On the planet” that she both composed and featured in.

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Eliane Gagnon is a film and television on-screen character and essayist from Montreal.

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