CLAUDIE LÉVESQUE obtained a Bachelor’s degree in cinema from Concordia University in 1991. Over a period of two decades, she has devoted herself to cinema and media arts at several artist-run centres in Montréal, including Les Films de l’Autre and Main Film, as well as IFCO in Ottawa. She has carried out numerous dissemination and programming projects, while pursuing her own career as a filmmaker. She regularly undertakes commissions and has more than 10 short films to her name, several of which were shot in Super 8. In 2011, she made her debut experimental documentary, entitled My Family in 17 Takes [Ma famille en 17 bobines], which has been screened at a number of festivals, including RIDM and Visions du Réel in Switzerland. She sits on various media arts committees and has curated festivals and events, including 50 ans de l’art video in Marseille during its year as European Capital of Culture (2013). In the summer of 2016, during an artist residency in France, she embarked upon a documentary project with Nicole Decory, an exceptional painter-sculptor. She is currently carrying out a Masters in Communication at UQAM.