Guylaine Dionne Graduate Program Director in Cinematic Arts Associate Professor Film Production Program The Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema, Cinema
Graduate Program Director in Cinematic Arts/Associate Professor
Guylaine Dionne has directed several short and feature films that have won numerous awards. Les Fantômes des trois Madeleines was her first feature film. The world premiere took place at the Quinzaine des Réalisateurs of the 2000 Cannes Film Festival. This film has had a prestigious international career, competing in festivals in Portugal, Korea, Belgium, France, Italy and Canada. Several thousand people around the world have seen it and the film won several international awards including the Don Quijote Award, presented by the European Federation of Ciné-Clubs, and the International Critics' Prize. With Mary Shelley, Dionne was awarded the 2004 Lanterna Magica Award for Best Documentary at Tours au Festival de l’Encre à l’Écran. Dionne is also a recipient of the 2006 Don Haig Award which honored her filmmaking work in both fiction and documentary. In 2009, she directed Waitresses Wanted (Serveuses demandées), a feature-length fiction film that received an international theatrical release.
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