With a Bachelor's degree in Cinema from the Université de Montréal and a certificate in Set and Costume Design from the National Theatre School of Canada, André-Line Beauparlant has worked as artistic director on more than twenty award-winning arthouse films in Quebec and abroad, notably Gaz Bar Blues, The Left Side of the Fridge (La moitié gauche du frigo), Incendies, Familiar Grounds (En terrains connus), Inch’Allah, The 4 Soldiers (Les 4 soldats) and Tu dors Nicole.
In 2000, she wrote and directed her first documentary, Trois princesses pour Roland (Best Direction Award, Hot-Docs, 2002). She then went on to make two other documentary films for which she earned recognition in the field: Le petit Jésus (Best Direction Award, Hot-Docs, 2005) and Panache. Pinocchio, her fourth feature-length documentary film, received a Special Mention at RIDM.
In 2016, André-Line Beauparlant was awarded the Prix de la création de l’Observatoire du cinéma au Québec for her contribution to national cinematography.