They spoke about it
This anthology marks the composer’s overwhelming contribution to the Québécois film industry. The album will be released simultaneously with the receival of the sixth annual Jutra award “Prix homage”, a tribute to his career achievements, on February 22, 2004. Richard Grégoire’s career is a very full one. He brought to us the music to Léolo, a film by Jean-Claude Lauzon, as well as Pouvoir intime, Les Fous de Bassan, Dans le ventre du dragon, Perfectly Normal, 36 Hours to Die (1998), Nüremberg (1999-2002), Ignition (2001), and Napoléon (2002). He also composed the music to Jean Beaudin’s Les Filles de Caleb for which he received both a Félix and a Gemini award. He received another Félix for the music to Marguerite Volant, directed by Charles Binamé. Among other awards, Richard Grégoire has received two Geminis (for the television mini-series Shehaweh and Les Bottes) and a Genie award for his work on Being at home with Claude by Jean Beaudin.