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Montreal’s unique creativity showcased on two continents with X3 Productions

The production company’s touring exhibitions to open in Paris and Texas

 Montreal, Wednesday, January 29, 2014 — Montréal production house X3 Productions is on a roll and it is with great pride that they will be representing Montréal’s unique creativity internationally with its two Lucasfilm blockbuster exhibitions. First with STAR WARS™ Identities which will have its European premiere in Paris on February 15, 2014 and a month later Indiana Jones™ and the Adventure of Archaeology will have its national premiere in Dallas-Fort Worth on March 8 2014.

STAR WARS Identities – The Exhibition will be launching a multi-city European tour at Luc Besson’s prestigious Cité du Cinéma in Paris. The 2000m2 space for the exhibit has been set-up on two movie sets and will be the first exhibition ever presented inside the walls of La Cité du cinéma, this is also the first time this unique complex will be open to the public. Presented in partnership with TF1 Musique, it is through a major network of forces that the exhibit will be able to set foot in Paris with an extraordinary promotional campaign worth a few million euros. TF1 Musique is major producer in France operating in many areas such as production, publishing, and distribution for projects in music, concerts and special events. After Europe, the exhibit is set to travel to Asia and the Pacific region.

Meanwhile Indiana Jones and the Adventure of Archaeology will open its doors at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History on March 8, 2014. The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History is one of the biggest science museums in the United States and boasts nearlya million visitors a year. The exhibition will be presented in their new $80 million campus inaugurated in 2009. Still partnering with National Geographic, the Lucas Cultural Arts Museum, the Penn Museum and Laval University, the exhibition is set to tour North America for the next few years.

100% Quebec Creativity

X3 Productions consists of three reputed Montreal-based creative companies who have joined forces and combined their extensive expertise in order to offer turnkey project solutions that reflect the challenges faced by museums around the world. ‘’It is with great pride that we showcase Montreal’s unique creativity to the world with our unique and creative projects’’ says X3 President Jacques-André Dupont. X3 Productions is committed to redefining the modern museum experience by developing and promoting interactive blockbuster touring museum exhibitions. With a focus on creating innovative concepts, gathering unique collections and developing content driven experiences, X3 aims to provide a new kind of museum experience, one that engages, educates and entertains visitors in new exciting ways.

X3: Three Times the Expertise

Established as pioneers and major players in the field of exhibit design and production for over 50 years, gsmprjct° ( is behind the creation of many exhibitions for a variety of world-class museums. As Canada’s leading cultural organization, L’Équipe Spectra (, is best known for its creation of world-class cultural projects reaching an educated clientele.They are responsible for the internationally known Festival international de Jazz de Montréal, Les Francofolies de Montreal and Montreal Highlights. Bleublancrouge( is a  full-service marketing communications agency, recognized as one of Canada’s top ten most creative and has earned its reputation by delivering game-changing local, national and international campaigns over the past thirty years with clients such as Apple, AirFrance/KLM, Bell, Loto-Québec, PPG (Sico) and the Quebec Toyota Dealers Association.

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