Film Description: SAINT-TITE tells the story of a family living their last weekend together at the rodeos of the Festival Western de Saint-Tite.
Director Biography: Since 2011,
Florence Pelletier has had the chance to write and direct several short films and documentaries that have appeared at festivals in Québec and overseas. In 2013, alongside Juliette Gosselin, Florence co-directed the fiction short film MES ANGES À TÊTE NOIRE, which won the Horizon Award at Sundance Film Festival. In 2014, Florence’s short drama BROMANCE was presented at AirCanada Enroute Festival. Later that year, her short comedy FONDUE CHINOISE brought home ‘Jury Prize’ at the Montreal World Film Festival.
Elizabeth Marcoux-Bélair is an actress, screenwriter and director. She starred and co-scripted the short film FOX LAKE with Florence Pelletier, and in 2019, they co-directed their first short film together, SAINT-TITE.