Miryam Bouchard began her career directing over twenty music videos in record time, before turning to television with Chroniques d'une violence ordinaire. She also contributed to the documentary Les têtes à claques: une histoire unbelievable. Her short films, La Cérémonie and Roastbeef, have won numerous awards. She has also directed successful series such as Destinées and L'échappée. In 2020, she directed her first feature film, Mon cirque à moi, which won an award at the Kids Kino International Film Festival. She also directed 23 décembre, winner of the Coup de cœur du jury award at the Alpes d'Huez Comedy Festival and the Écrans d'or award at the Canadian Screen Awards.
Mariloup Wolfe, a Quebec media icon for over 20 years, is a renowned director, actress, and host. Her television credits include roles in Unité 9, Ramdam and 30 vies. Her film credits include C.R.A.Z.Y. and À vos marques... Party! However, she has refocused her career on directing, with a variety of projects including Cœur de slush and Arlette. She also hosted and directed Le grand move, an award-winning documentary series. Mariloup Wolfe is a versatile figure in Quebec entertainment.
Ariane Louis-Seize made a name for herself in the film world with her first award-winning short, La peau sauvage (2016), exploring wacky worlds. She went on to make several short films, including Les petites vagues (2018) and Les Profondeurs (2019), tackling a variety of themes. Her success was confirmed with Comme une comète (2020), a short film that won international awards, including the Prix Télébec at the Festival du cinéma international en Abitibi-Témiscamingue. In 2023, she made her feature film debut with Vampire humaniste cherche suicidaire consentant, acclaimed at the Venice Film Festival 2023 for its exceptional direction.