Quebec is doing well at the 6th Cannes International Series Festival, which will take place from April 14 to 19.

Lac-Mégantic – ce n’est pas une accident by Philippe Falardeau is nominated for the prize for best documentary series, while the comedy-drama Good morning Chuck (or the art of harm reduction) finds itself in official competition and that L’air d’aller stands out in the short series category.

The trailer for Lac-Mégantic – this is not an accident, which the public will be able to see in May on the Vrai platform, was also unveiled on Tuesday.

For the past few days, we have also been able to see the first images of Good morning Chuck (or the art of reducing harm), co-directed by Mathieu Cyr and Jean-François Rivard (C’est comme ça que je t’aime, Série noire) , due out on Crave on May 24. Shot in black and white, the dramatic comedy chronicles the therapy of a popular morning TV show host (played by Nicolas Pinson) caught up in a scandal related to his drug use.

As for the series L’air d’aller, its broadcast began last Thursday on the airwaves of Télé-Québec. This is another dramedy that follows four young adults with cystic fibrosis. Our colleague Hugo Dumas praised it in a recent column.