Catherine Hébert

After graduating from international journalism studies, Catherine Hébert traveled for the first time to West Africa. This journey awoke an acute interest for Human rights, clearly visible in numerous short films and documentaries that brought Hébert to Uganda (Des mangues pour Charlotte, 2004), to Democratic Republic of the Congo (La longue route de Julienne, 2008), to Bangladesh […]

Brigitte Poupart

Actor, writer and director Brigitte Poupart’s latest directorial foray is a show for Cirque du Soleil, Luzia, which premiered in May 2016 in Montreal, and is currently on tour internationally. Since graduating from the Conservatoire d’art dramatique de Montréal in 1990, she has appeared in more than 30 theatrical productions, and has been involved in […]

Alexis Fortier Gauthier

Alexis Fortier Gauthier is an original and prolific filmmaker, whose films have been screened across the world. After graduating from film production at Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM) in 2005, he is accepted at INIS in film directing. As part of this training, he made Sur le quai de la gare, a documentary co-directed by […]

Lawrence Côté-Collins

Lawrence Côté-Collins is a filmmaker who shoots videos under any and all conditions. After making nearly 40 shorts, including several festival award-winners, at the age of 34 she made her first feature, Écartée, produced by Coop Vidéo. Lawrence is an expert at spontaneous creation, achieving balance between writing, improvisation and free expression

Robert Morin

Robert Morin has helped enrich Quebec’s cinematic landscape for over 25 years with his “inner views,” each a landmark in its own way. A founding member of Coop Vidéo de Montréal in 1977, Morin has made about thirty films and videos, whether short, medium or feature length, most of which have earned international nominations and awards. […]

Louis Bélanger

Louis Bélanger was born in Beauport, Québec, in 1964. With Denis Chouinard, he directed his first short film, Dogmatisme ou le songe d’Adrien, while in the communications program at the Université du Québec à Montréal. It merited a special mention at the Manifestation Internationale de Vidéo in Montbéliard and won an award at the Festival […]

Catherine Martin

Catherine Martin was born in Québec. She studied film and photography at Concordia University in Montréal and worked as an editor for a few years. She writes and directs all her films. Her short- and medium-length films are Odile ou réminiscences d’un voyage (1985), Nuits d’Afrique (1990), which won several awards, including the 1990 Prix […]

Denis Chouinard

Denis Chouinard has proceeded like someone who has always known what he thinks. He has written and directed or co-directed six evocatively named shorts: On parlait pas allemand in 1985, Les 14 définitions de la pluie in 1993, Le feu in 1995, and, in 1998, the documentary, Le verbe incendié. The list of festivals and […]

Karine Bélanger

Karine Bélanger has a Bachelor’s degree in film studies from the Université de Montréal. After working in film restoration, she moved to production. She is currently the coordinator for Coop Vidéo de Montréal and has just completed her first short film, Maîtres nageurs.

André-Line Beauparlant

After graduating from the Université de Montréal in film studies and from the National Theatre School of Canada, Montréal, in set design, André-Line Beauparlant worked as production designer on independent films. She was involved in the following productions: Un dimanche à Kigali (A Sunday in Kigali) by Robert Favreau, for which she won the Prix […]