Raymond Dupuis

Raymond Dupuis

Art director and production designer in Montréal, Canada

About Raymond

I've been working as production designer and art director since 1986. Did a lot of tv series in Montreal, for Radio-Canada, TVA and Télé-Québec. Also numerous US Majors, among them: The Jackal (Bruce Willis, Richard Gere) as the Montreal art director, P.T Barnum (Beau Bridges) and Varian's War (William Hurt), as production designer.
For almost 38 years, I was involved on 22 tv series, 40 features and more than 300 tv commercials as property master, draftsman, head decorator and assistant art director.
I love studio set ups, very good at it, as well as transforming the locations for the needs of the movie!

Name: Raymond Dupuis

Lives in: Montréal, Canada

Occupation: Art Director and Production Designer


  • Rouge Sang

    Rouge Sang (2013)
    Film by Martin Doepner (Thriller) Art director A young mother is forced to shelter five soldiers for a night in her isolated house.

  • Mauvais Karma

    Mauvais Karma (2010 - 2012)
    Television (Comedy) Art director

  • Mirador

    Mirador (2011)
    Television (Drama) Art director

  • Love & Savagery

    Love & Savagery (2009)
    Film by John N. Smith (Drama and Romance) Production designer Love and Savagery is a story of passion, fate, and the consequences of the two. In 1968, Newfoundland geologist and poet, Michael McCarthy, travels to Ballyvaughan to examine the "Burren" a geological wonder. There he meets Cathleen, a beautiful woman who captures his heart, but because of the path she chose when she was young she cannot allow him to capture hers. Written by anonymous

  • Killer Wave

    Killer Wave (2007)
    Television (Action and Thriller) Art director Suddenly the US east coast is hit by a type of natural disaster formerly reserved, except after a major earthquake, for the Pacific and Indian ocean rims: tidal waves of the destructive tsunami type. Scientist and fiction author John McAdams attends a national emergency conference which concludes the phenomenon must be man-made, quite possibly abusing the findings of John's secret former Sea Lion project, but who wants to and has the means? Indeed John soon finds himself set-up for a murder and chased. Major destructions mean major contracts for construction and coastal defenses, so building tycoons like Victor Bannister certainly have a considerable interest... Written by KGF Vissers

  • The Woods

    The Woods (2006)
    Film by Lucky McKee (Horror, Mystery and Thriller) Art director In 1965, after provoking a fire in a forest, the rebel teenager Heather Fasulo is sent to the boarding school Falburn Academy in the middle of the woods by her estranged mother Alice Fasulo and her neglected father Joe Fasulo. The dean Ms. Traverse accepts Heather in spite of the bad financial condition of her father. The displaced Heather becomes close friend of he weird Marcy Turner, while they are maltreated by the abusive mate Samantha Wise. During the nights, Heather has nightmares and listens to voices from the woods, and along the days she believes that the school is a coven of witches. When some students, including Marcy, simply vanish, Heather believes she will be the next one. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

  • Vice caché

    Vice caché (2006)
    Television (Comedy) Production designer

  • Deception

    Deception (2004)
    TV Movie by Richard Roy (Drama, Mystery, Romance and Thriller) Production designer Erin, a struggling actress, has little faith in men. She works for a detective agency, her job is to seduce married men and let their wives catch them in the act. But lately, Erin is been getting threatening phone calls and someone is trying to hurt her. Is it her boss, who's in-love with her? or is it a former "client" trying to get back at her? or maybe, this new man she's been seeing? Written by Neta.

  • Wall of Secrets

    Wall of Secrets (2003)
    TV Movie by Francois Gingras (Thriller and Mystery) Production designer A young lovely moves to Chicago to be with her husband. They are both amazed at the terrific apartment they obtained for very little rent. Unfortunately this apartment comes with an unsavory history. As if that isn't bad enough, there are sounds and noises in the walls! Written by Roger Moncrief

  • View of Terror

    View of Terror (2003)
    TV Movie by Louis Bélanger (Drama, Mystery and Thriller) Production designer A stalker picks up the scent of a beautiful young woman.

  • Le dernier chapitre

    Le dernier chapitre (2002)
    Television Production designer When a Canadian Biker Gang decides to expand into Ontario despite the will of some Quebec members, internal tensions grow, as well as unintended rivalries. The police watches everything from a distance.

  • The Last Chapter

    The Last Chapter (2002)
    Television (Action and Thriller) Production designer This show is about an outlaw biker group, The Triple Sixers. Characterized as one of the largest outlaw biker gangs in the world, The Triple Sixers dominate Canada. Their unrivaled presence and strength stretches from Halifax to Vancouver, with one important exception - the Sixers have no chapters in Ontario, the richest market in the country. Written by Anonymous

  • Matthew Blackheart: Monster Smasher

    Matthew Blackheart: Monster Smasher (2002)
    TV Movie by Erik Canuel (Action, Comedy and Horror) Production designer A soldier who was long thought dead in World War 2, returns to modern day New York to combat monsters, who are now the power elite, running the city.

  • Redeemer

    Redeemer (2002)
    TV Movie by Graeme Clifford (Drama) Production designer A writer is touched by the story of a former Black Panther who seams to have been wrongfully convicted to life imprisonment 20 years ago. The writer decides to try to help the now middle-aged convict get exonerated.

  • Largo Winch

    Largo Winch (2001)
    Television by David J. Patterson (Action, Adventure, Crime and Drama) Art director Largo (Winch) is the illegitimate son of Nerio Winch, a billionaire industrialist, who did business very much in a greyish manner. When Nerio sensed that his time was up he named Largo his heir, who didn't know that Nerio's his father. Together with Simon, a friend whom he met when he was in prison, Joy, Nerio's bodyguard, Karinsky, a former KGB computer expert, and John Sullivan, Nerio's attorney, Largo tries to right some of the wrongs that Nerio may have done and to keep up the good that he has done. And every now and then Largo has to shoot his way out the situation that he finds himself in. Written by <rcs0411@yahoo.com>

  • Largo Winch: The Heir

    Largo Winch: The Heir (2001)
    TV Movie by David Wu (Adventure) Art director

  • Varian's War

    Varian's War (2001)
    TV Movie by Lionel Chetwynd (Drama and War) Production designer After witnessing the treatment of Jews in Nazi territory made him physically sick, cultured American gentleman Varian Fry starts en emergency rescue commission to raise funds and lobby to help intellectuals and artists, especially Jews, escape from Vichy France -where the Pétain government avoid occupation only by utter collaboration- to the US, and for lack of a better volunteer personally sets out in search of them. First lady Eleanor Roosevelt personally overcomes the reticence of the State Department. In Marseille he finds the people he specifically looked for, such as Marc Chagall, already housed by Harry Bingham, a Jewish US consulate official so he starts screening less obvious candidates and examines with Miriam Davenport and a German social democrat they pass for US clergyman Beamish how some can be rescued legally, others via a clandestine route, while colonel Joubert's State Police is at their trace... Written by KGF Vissers

  • Isn't She Great

    Isn't She Great (2000)
    Film by Andrew Bergman (Biography, Comedy and Romance) Art director An unsuccessful over-the-top actress becomes a successful over-the-top authoress in this biography of Jacqueline Susann, the famed writer of "Valley of the Dolls" and other trashy novels. Facing a failing career, Susann meets a successful promoter who becomes her husband. After several failures to place her in commercials and a TV quiz show, he hits upon the idea for her to become a writer. In the pre-1960s, her books were looked upon as trash and non-printable. But then the sexual revolution hit and an audience was born for her books. The story shows the hidden behind the scenes story of Susann's life, including her autistic son and her continuing bout with cancer that she hid up to her death. Written by John Sacksteder <jsackste@bellsouth.net>

  • Babel

    Babel (1999)
    Film by Gérard Pullicino (Adventure, Family, Fantasy and Sci-Fi) Art director

  • Laura Cadieux... la suite

    Laura Cadieux... la suite (1999)
    Film by Denise Filiatrault (Comedy) Production designer

  • P.T. Barnum

    P.T. Barnum (1999)
    TV Movie by Simon Wincer (Biography and Drama) Art director, Production designer This series illustrates the life and career of P.T. Barnum, America's greatest showman and promoter. Starting as a young man who managed an old woman who was supposedly George Washington's nursemaid, we see his career as he finds success promoting curiosities and attractions with panache and a judicious mix of truth and creativity, whether it be promoting his museum or characters like the midget General Tom Thumb. Yet because the demands of his businesses, his family life is troubled and marred by tragedy. All the while, events lead to his greatest creation, the Ringling Brothers/Barnum & Bailey Circus. Written by Kenneth Chisholm <kchishol@execulink.com>

  • Out of Control

    Out of Control (1998)
    Film by Richard Trevor (Thriller) Art director A woman decides to steal her mobster boyfriend's car and a whole lot of his money, then tries to hide out in a small town.

  • Glory & Honor

    Glory & Honor (1998)
    TV Movie by Kevin Hooks (Biography and Drama) Art department The true story about Robert Peary's forgotten African American employee Mathew Henson who proved crucial in their race to North Pole.

  • The Jackal

    The Jackal (1997)
    Film by Michael Caton-Jones (Action, Adventure, Crime and Thriller) Art director Russian mobster Terek Murad has declared open season on the Russian militia and the United States FBI over the shooting of his brother in a Moscow nightclub. He hires "The Jackal" -- an elusive, nasty assassin -- to kill FBI Director Donald Brown. Present at the shooting of Murad's brother were FBI Deputy Director Carter Preston and Major Valentina Koslova of the Russian militia. Nearly no one has ever seen The Jackal, save for Declan Mulqueen, an imprisoned IRA sniper. Upon learning that the Director Brown is a target, Preston and Koslova enlist the services of the reluctant Mulqueen to track down the Jackal before he can assassinate Brown. Written by Jeff Cross <blackjac_1998@yahoo.com>

  • Le masque

    Le masque (1997)
    Television (Drama and Sport) Production designer

  • Pretty Poison

    Pretty Poison (1996)
    TV Movie by David Burton Morris (Romance and Thriller) Art director

  • Pudding chômeur

    Pudding chômeur (1996)
    Film by Gilles Carle Production designer Yo-Yo and Alphonse go on crusade against injustice, poverty and misery. In their pursuit of happiness, the high priestess of the street and the little prince have an infallible recipe: a blend of boundless love and miracles that gives hope to the cracks. Nothing and nobody can stop them in this adventure to the realm of the street transvestites have a heart larger than life, the cops are corrupt and power is merciless. Pudding unemployed person is a burlesque and cynical comedy that turns to derision trade of happiness and faith practiced by unscrupulous sects, gurus and other preachers of the time at the expense of the poor. Written by markyoloup

  • Scoop IV

    Scoop IV (1995)
    Television Art director

  • Aventures dans le Grand Nord

    Aventures dans le Grand Nord (1995)
    Television (Adventure) Art director

  • Zoya

    Zoya (1995)
    TV Movie by Richard A. Colla (Romance and Drama) Art department A young Russian countess escapes the 1917 revolution and, despite hardship, makes a new life for herself in America.

  • Scoop III

    Scoop III (1994)
    Television Art director

  • Scoop II

    Scoop II (1993)
    Television Art director

  • Scoop

    Scoop (1992)
    Television Production designer

  • Urban Angel

    Urban Angel (1991)
    Television (Adventure, Crime and Drama) Production designer This show, broadcast after midnight, revolves around a newspaper, The Montreal Tribune. Victor Torres, an ex-con who took a fall for his friend Dino Moroni, was hired by the paper's editor, Francine Primeau, after he was paroled. Victor uses his contacts in the underworld to dig out stories about crime. Also on the paper are the city editor, Bob; Bill Rack, the old reporter awaiting retirement, and Rachel Kane, the young reporter; Hubie Collison, the copy editor; Sylvie Belanger, the police reporter; and the staff photographer, Marine Beaudoin. Written by J.E. McKillop <jack-mckillop@worldnet.att.net>

  • Haute tension

    Haute tension (1990)
    Television (Thriller) Art director

  • Bethune: The Making of a Hero

    Bethune: The Making of a Hero (1990)
    Film by Phillip Borsos (Biography, Drama, Romance and War) Art department Bethune has long been a hero in China. Perhaps for reasons of politics and personality, however, his fame in North America lagged far behind. The film explores the complexity of a character who could be narcissistic, petty, and cruel with those who loved him, yet capable of heroic generosity and creativity for those whom he scarcely knew. It was a Canada-China-France co-production, which by the time of its release had become the most expensive movie ever made in Canada. The production had been dogged by controversy over funding, politics, location, revenue, and a dispute over the script between the author, who had been with Bethune in Spain, and the leading actor who had already played Bethune in other venues. Some scenes are tinged with humor and Bethune's speeches about universal access to humane medicine have an uncanny appeal more than half a century later. With its beautiful backdrop of Chinese landscapes, Montreal snow, and 1930s nostalgia, the film is an evocative memorial to a... Written by Duffin, Jacalyn

  • La guêpe

    La guêpe (1990)
    Film by Gilles Carle (Drama and Thriller) Art department A young pilot witnesses the unintentional murder of her two sons (by a rich, drunken couple driving carelessly) and, following a court's decision not to press criminal charges, she decides to get her revenge.

  • The Phone Call

    The Phone Call (1989)
    TV Movie by Allan A. Goldstein Art director A married man calls the wrong number for phone-sex and winds up being stalked by a psychotic man.

  • Lance et compte III

    Lance et compte III (1989)
    Television Art director, Production designer

  • Lance et compte II

    Lance et compte II (1988)
    Television (Drama and Sport) Art director, Production designer The year following the Stanley Cup victory, Pierre Lambert is chosen to play in a World Cup Tournament in Europe and Canada. However, he must cope with the breakup of his current girlfriend, then being chased by a crazed and doped photograph, and being harassed by his father-in-law who's the coach of Team Canada, fearing his "depression" may affect the team. He seems to find love with a cop's daughter, however, he must also cope with his sister's Suzy relationship with a french hockey player who has cancer, and befriends a Soviet player who dreams of defecting the USSR, whose lover is a KGB agent... Can he still get out of these situations and help Team Canada win the coveted championship ? Written by RealLiveClaude

  • Wild Thing

    Wild Thing (1987)
    Film by Max Reid (Action, Drama and Thriller) Art department A child witnesses drug dealers murder his parents. He escapes and grows up wild in the city's slums. Years later he emerges to help the residents of the area who are being terrorized by street gangs and drug dealers.

  • Broken Vows

    Broken Vows (1987)
    TV Movie by Jud Taylor (Drama, Mystery, Romance and Thriller) Art department When Father Joseph Hennessey visits the home of one of his parishioners to offer last rights,he becomes embroiled in a plot which ultimately shakes his faith to its very foundation. Intrigued by the dying man's mention of "Nim," and fascinated by the man's saintly demeanor, Father Joseph's curiosity is redoubled when a beautiful young woman enters his church to question the young priest about the deceased man. Father Joseph and the woman, whom he discovers to be the "Nim" in question, embark upon an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the man's death. They discover that the man was clearly murdered, that he was a celebrated artist, that he had several aliases, and that his work was particularly revered by two shady gallery owners. However, more shocking than any of the revelations is the discovery that the young woman and Father Joseph are falling in love. Father Joseph's commitment to his church has always been unflagging. He is now thrown into a crisis of faith, ... Written by Echo Bridge Home Entertainment

  • Toby McTeague

    Toby McTeague (1986)
    Film by Jean-Claude Lord (Action and Drama) Art department Toby is a teenager who doesn't care much about school. In fact, he has his eyes on the title of a prestigious dog-sleigh race. He will have to undergo extensive training in order to win it. Written by Steve Richer <sricher@sympatico.ca>

  • Le crime d'Ovide Plouffe

    Le crime d'Ovide Plouffe (1984)
    Film by Denys Arcand (Crime and Drama) Art department Ovide Plouffe has married Rita. She still tries to attract other men even after their marriage. Unhappy Ovide feels for Marie - a young French woman he had met. But his catholic background and surrounding can't let him love another woman or divorce from his wife. So Ovide finishes with Marie and plans a trip with Rita hoping for reconciliation. At the last instant he announces to Rita that he can't make the trip. She goes alone. The plane explodes, and Ovide is suspected and arrested for this horrible crime. Written by Jean-Marie Berthiaume <jiembe@videotron.ca>

  • Maria Chapdelaine

    Maria Chapdelaine (1983)
    Film by Gilles Carle (Drama) Art department A young woman, living with her parents and siblings on a remote farm in harsh, picturesque northern Québec, has three suitors: a steady and unimaginative farmer, Eutrope, the Americanized and wealthy Lorenzo, who has sought his fortune in Boston, and François Paradis, a rough and virile logger who captures her heart despite the warnings of her parents and the village priest. For a year, marked by seasonal change in an atmosphere charged with the strangeness of Indians and the demons of the woods, we see Maria at work and prayer, struggling with decisions, choosing to stay in Canada, in love with François, seeking to change his rough behaviors, and dealing with extraordinary loss. Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

  • Les fils de la liberté

    Les fils de la liberté (1981)
    Television Art department

  • Les Plouffe

    Les Plouffe (1981)
    Film by Gilles Carle (Drama) Art department Chronicles seven years in the difficult lives of the Plouffe family, who live in Basse-Ville area of Quebec City. Beginning with the final years of the depression, the family is shattered by the economic crisis. Theophile, the father, was once a champion cyclist but is now a typesetter for the Christian Action newspaper and on the verge of retirement. Josephine, the mother, is devoutly devoted to the church and her family. Napoleon, the oldest son, is unemployed and in love with Jeanne, a waitress dying from Tuberculosis. Guillaume is the athlete, being trained in vain by Napoleon to become a great cyclist despite being a baseball fanatic. Cecile is the oldest and only daughter, still unmarried in her 40s, working in a shoe factory, and in love with a married bus driver. Finally is Ovide, the intellectual opera singer who turned away from the priesthood his mother destined him for out of love for Rita Toulouse, a flirtatious woman pursued by all the young men in town. When WWII ... Written by pr1mal_1

  • Final Assignment

    Final Assignment (1980)
    Film by Paul Almond (Drama and Thriller) Art department

  • Fantastica

    Fantastica (1980)
    Film by Gilles Carle (Musical and Drama) Art department In this oddball mix of music and drama, an actress (Carole Laure) in a traveling musical revue is involved with the show's director until she meets and falls for an aging ecological activist. He too is drawn to her, and together they try to stop a factory from being built over an old-growth forest. Written by Jack H.

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