B: in Québec
Raymonde Provencher, a graduate in political science, is known for her commitment to uncovering stories about human rights and social injustice issues throughout the world. She began to devote most of her time to scriptwriting and directing in 2000. She worked on the series Extremis, where she explored child labour in the Philippines with the film Lost Childhood (2000). Her 2002 film War Babies, about children born to victims of wartime rape, won four Gémeaux Awards and the Audience Award at the Hot Docs Festival. In 1983, she was part of a small group that set up the Nord-Sud program at Télé-Québec. In 1995, she co-founded Macumba International. This is a list of her credits as a Director of documentary films.
Also see: Hot Docs Honours Raymonde Provencher.
Features & TV Movies:
eXtremis : L’enfance assassinée (2000)
Ces crimes sans honneur (2012)