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Anaïs Barbeau-Lavalette

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B: 1979 in Québec

Anaïs Barbeau-Lavalette is a graduate of l’Université de Montréal in International Studies and she received a diploma from l’Institut national de l’image et du son (INIS) in 2002. She has also lived and studied in the vicinity of the West Bank and cut her teeth on a slew of documentaries. Known for her documentaries, she made her first fictional feature, the critically acclaimed Le Ring, in 2007. Selected for the 2008 Pusan and Berlin festivals, it won awards such as the Grand Jury Prize at the Taipei Film Festival, the award for Best Director at the Miradas Festival (Madrid) and the Special Jury Prize and Best Actor at the Vladivostok Film Festival. The film Inch’Allah (God Willing) was her second feature-length non-documentary film.

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

Love on the Blip (1998, short)

Les petits princes des Bidonvilles (2000, documentary)
Sorcières comme les autres (2000, documentary short)
Buenos Aires!, ne pleure pas (documentary short – co-directed with Amaud Bouquet)
Les mots bleus (2001, short)
État d’urgence (2003, documentary short)
Ceux qui savent encore rêver (2004, documentary)
Les mains du monde (2004, documentary)
Si j’avois un chapeau (2005, documentary)
Le Ring (2007)
Tap-Tap (2007, documentary)
Les petits géants (2009, documentary – co-directed with Emile Proulx-Cloutier)

Se souvenir des cendres – Regards sure Incendies (2010, documentary)
Ina Litovski (2012, short)
Inch’ Allah (2012)
Sept heures trois fois par année (2012, short)
Prends-moi (2014, short)
Le Plancher des vaches (2015, documentary)
Ma fille n’est pas à vendre (TV-2017, documentary)

La déesse des mouches à feu (2020)
Yukonstyle (2021)

TV Series:
Nikan (2006, 1 episode)
Les Voix Humaines (2010)

Credits as a Screenwriter:
Les mains du monde (2004, documentary)
Les petits géants (2009, documentary – co-directed with Emile Proulx-Cloutier)

Se souvenir des cendres – Regards sure Incendies (2010, documentary)
Ina Litovski (2012, short)
Inch’ Allah (2012)
Sept heures trois fois par année (2012, short)
Prends-moi (2014, short)
Le Plancher des vaches (2015, documentary)
Ma fille n’est pas à vendre (TV-2017, documentary)

TV Series:
Je voudrais qu’on m’efface (2019, mini-series)

Inch' Allah, movie, poster,