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Montreal filmmaker with 15 years of experience, based in Berlin.

I speak French, English, Spanish and German.

Since finishing my filmmaking bachelor degree in Montreal in 2007, I have worked in video and e-learning for many clients and organizations as a freelancer, including Bank of Development of Canada (BDC) and Canadian National (CN) Train Company. In 2017, I completed the intensive documentary director training at Montreal's Institut national de l'image et du son (INIS). My final short film Floyd (2017) has been selected in plenty of festivals, and has won the Best Documentary award at the 2018 International Ottawa Short Film Festival (FICMO), and also at the 2018 Festival du Film Étudiant de Québec (FFEQ). It was also brooadcasted on TV (UNIS TV) and on the web (ICI, Canada's public TV platform). In 2018, I was chosen to participate to a one month exchange with Hochschule für Fernesehen und Film (HFF) in München, where I directed La nuit des Krampus (2018), a short documentary which has been been selected in several festivals, and also won the Best Documentary award at the 2019 Festival du Film Étudiant de Québec (FFEQ). In 2017 and 2019, I have worked as director, D.o.P. and editor on two stand-alone TV projects with L'Association des Écoles Supérieures d'Art du Québec (ADESAQ), which were Broadcasted in Canada (Savoir Media). In the last years, I have also done camera work and video editing for various projects and clients. Since 2021, I edit the German episodes of the ARTE web series Fragmente. In December 2022, I was commissioned by the Berlin artspace Hotel Continental to co-direct and edit Artspace in Exile, a short film about Ukrainian refugees coming to Berlin to do theater. It is currently being sent out to festivals. Since 2019, I am working on my first feature documentary film, Fisterra - the End of the World, about pilgrims who arrive in a small village at the end of the Camino de Santiago (Chemin de Compostelle/Jakobsweg). In my personal projects, I aim to present fresh perspectives, taking a philosophical and poetic look at the world we live in.
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