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Louise Archambault

Louise Archambault, director,
Photo of Louise Archambault at The Toronto International Film Festival © 2019 by Maurie Alioff for Northernstars.ca

B: January 1, 1970 in Québec

Louise Archambault is a graduate of Concordia university and has since worked on a number of projects, ranging from Costume Designer on Un crabe dans la tête, to photographer on Congorama. Her short film, Atomic Sake, won the Claude Jutra Award in 2000. Archambault shared a CITY-TV Award at the Toronto International Film Festival for Familia, in the category of Best Canadian First Feature. Written and Directed by Archambault, Familia was nominated for best picture at the 2006 Genie Awards. Her 2013 film, Gabrielle, was her second feature-length film. She is pictured above at the Montréal premiere of Gabrielle in a photo by Northernstars Québec correspondent, Maurie Alioff. Archambault’s Il pleuvait des oiseaux (aka, And the Birds Rained Down) was selected to have its World Premiere at TIFF 2019.

Also see: The Ties that Bind: Louise Archambault and Familia.

Features & TV Movies:
VR indicates Direct-to-Video Release

Là-haut les étoiles (1993, short)
Deux grand-mamans (1997, short)
Atomic Sake (1999, short)

Mensonges (TV-2000, short)
Familia (2005)

Lock (2010, short)
The National Parks Project (co-director, 2011)
Petite mort (2012, short)
Gabrielle (2013)
And The Birds Rained Down (aka Il pleuvait des oiseaux, 2019)

TV Series – at least 1 episode of:
La galère (2013)
Nouvelle Adresse (2015)
Nouvelle Adresse: la webserie (2015, mini-series)
This Life (2015)
Catastophe (2017)
Trop (2017)