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Alexandre Amancio and Guy Laliberté launch a new entertainment company and will be hiring 150 people in Montreal, to be housed in Maison Alcan. 

ANNOUNCING REFLECTOR ENTERTAINMENT

ALL NEWSMay 25th, 2017

Reflector Entertainment, a Lune Rouge company, was launched today. Co-founded by Alexandre Amancio and Guy Laliberté, Reflector Entertainment is a multiplatform business that develops intellectual property in Quebec, with a view to distributing it internationally and reaching a wide-ranging audience. Movies, television series, video games, novels and comic strips are just some of the platforms Reflector will be using to bring its worlds and creations to life.

Founded more than a year ago, Reflector is helmed by Alexandre Amancio (former creative director of Assassin’s Creed Revelations and Unity) and Guy Laliberté. By joining forces, they have enabled the rapid development of multiplatform ideas and concepts, some of which are already in production.

According to Alexandre Amancio, what makes Reflector unique is “the creation of original content across a wealth of tandem and complementary platforms, under the guidance of a creative brain trust.” He explained that “several agreements have already been signed with major industry players, and we will be unveiling a number of new storyworlds in the near future.” Reflector has entered into a partnership with Unity Technologies, developers of the high-performance game engine, and is currently developing a project with global independent studio Entertainment One.

Guy Laliberté added, “Quebec’s prime asset is its creativity. Reflector Entertainment is the embodiment of this unique strength that sets us apart. Our partnership aligns with the mission of Lune Rouge, which aims to support the next generation of entrepreneurs. We have the best resources and are developing worlds here in Montreal, intended for an international market.”

More than 150 positions to be filled

Located at Maison Alcan in the heart of Montreal, Reflector Entertainment is currently seeking more than 150 employees in the gaming and creative development fields.

 

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La bonne nouvelle ce sont ces nombreux emplois qui sont créés au centre-ville. Aussi que Laliberté reconnaisse que Montréal est un centre de première qualité pour la créativité et le talent de calibre international. Or, chaque nouvelle entreprise qui se joint à cette importante masse critique de travailleurs spécialisés dans le domaine, contribue à renforcer notre position sur l'échiquier mondial, tout en favorisant le rayonnement de la métropole à travers la planète.

Le monde est friand de nouvelles technologies, de numérique, de IA et de spectacles multi-médias. Une industrie qui ratisse large et qui croit exponentiellement avec la recherche et l'innovation. Un domaine qui fait indéniablement partie des étoiles montantes des secteurs d'avenir sur le plan économique. :applause:

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Berlin c'est l'exemple a suivre pour Montreal. Berlin est entrain de clancher London en Europe pour ce qui est des startup . Pourquoi? simplement parceque c'est la grande ville Européenne la moins chère ou on peut y vivre.Berlin est aussi une ville de locataire.  Et c'est une ville multilingue.Et ce qui aide beaucoup Berlin c'est le flot d'immigrants et réfugiés qui y sont arrivés ces dernières années.

Montreal a beaucoup de similitudes avec Berlin on devrait s'en inspirer.

 

 

 

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