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Sophie Dupuis, director
Photo of Sophie Dupuis © 2018 by Maurie Alioff. Used with permission.

B: in Val-d'Or, Québec

Sophie Dupuis is a director and screenwriter from Val-d’Or, Quebec. She is one of the major figures in the new generation of Quebec filmmakers that emerged after the year 2000. She has directed several short fiction films which have won awards at festivals both in Quebec and elsewhere. Chien de garde started out as Toujours ensemble and is titled Family First in English. Chien de garde is Dupuis’ first feature length film. It was nominated for eight Prix Iris awards in 2018 and won three.

Also see: 2018 Prix Iris winners

Features & TV Movies:
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J’viendrai t’chercher (2007, short)
Si tu savais Rosalie (2009, short)

Félix et Malou (2010, short)
Et puis on s’habitue… (2010, documentary, short)
Contente pour toi (2010, short)
Faillir (2012, short)
Forces tranquilles (aka Quiet Forces, 2013, short)
L’hiver et la violence (2014, documentary, short)
Suzanne Lebeau (2016, documentary, short)
Chien de garde (2017)

Credits as a Screenwriter:
J’viendrai t’chercher (2007, short)
Si tu savais Rosalie (2009, short)

Félix et Malou (2010, short)
Et puis on s’habitue… (2010, documentary, short)
Contente pour toi (2010, short)
Faillir (2012, short)
Forces tranquilles (aka Quiet Forces, 2013, short)
L’hiver et la violence (2014, documentary, short)
Suzanne Lebeau (2016, documentary, short)
Chien de garde (2017)

Chien de Garde, movie, poster,