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Press Release - A Production Shot in Quebec Beats Records on Netflix



During the first three days of its release, the movie Murder Mystery was seen by nearly 30.9 million users, according to Netflix. With these numbers, Murder Mystery has set a new Netflix viewing record for a film. Directed by Kyle Newacheck, this police comedy features Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston.

This production was set up last summer in the province of Quebec for a 23-day shoot. QFTC members who worked on the project include Briahealth Inc., Cinesite, Corporate Stays, Fairmont Hotels, Groupe Star Suites, Le Grand Costumier and MELS Studios & Post-Production S.E.N.C.

The QFTC would like to acknowledge the success of this production and thank Netflix for choosing the province of Quebec to shoot this film.


About the QFTC
The QFTC is a non-profit organization founded in 2006 that contributes to the development and competitiveness of Quebec as a world-class multi-screen production centre. As an economic development agency, its mission is to generate investment in Quebec through competitive tax incentive programs, the expertise of industry members, architectural diversity, the quality of its infrastructure and the industry’s ability to export its products to foreign markets.

The QFTC is supported by its partners: Air Canada, National Bank of Canada, BFL Canada, Corporate Stays, Demers Beaulne, Difuze Inc., EP Canada, Fairmont Hotels & Resorts, Front Row Insurance Brokers, Hôtel Gault/Monville, MELS, Miller Thomson, Grande Studios, PwC, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton, Rodeo FX, William Gray Hotel as well as from federal, provincial and municipal governments.