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Both film director and visual artist, Frédérique de Montblanc was born in Brussels. She studied at Concordia University in Montreal (BFA) then at CalArts in Los Angeles (MFA).

She is currently directing Dragon Women?, a documentary about Women in the Finance World produced by Savage Film. Malta Kano, TX, her short film created with choreographer Dominic Walsh premiered at the Brussels Short Film Festival in 2015 and was also shown at Festival Tous Courts (Aix-en-Provence), and at the Dancescreen Festival (London). Her music video The Fall featuring slam poetry artist Queen KA was selected in various festivals: Les Rendez-vous du Cinema Quebecois, Le Festival Regard de Saguenay, the Bucarest ShortCut Cinefest. Her video La Cave was aired on the web channel of Arte Creative in 2012 and presented in an exhibition at the Gallery Martine & Thibault de la Chatre (Paris) that same year.

As a designer, she has collaborated with various directors and choreographers in Europe and in the US such as: Compagnie Mossoux-Bonte (BE), the Dominic Walsh Dance Theatre Company (US), Maxence Rey (FR), Maria-Clara Villa Lobos (BE), Sofia Betx (BE) or Clement Thirion (BE).

She has also produced a number of interdisciplinary projects with visual artists: Bára Sigfúsdóttir, Various Artists, Madaleine Trigg, Charlotte Dupont & Janne Larsen.

More about Frédérique de Montblanc at www.frederiquedemontblanc.com