Romy Boutin St-Pierre / 2021 / 8 min. / Canada / FRENCH / FRENCH SUBS , ENGLISH SUBS
Amato is about the diversity of polyamorous models in the Quebec portrait. Three unique and interrelated stories are staged through performing arts.
Cast & Crew
Screenplay and editing: Romy Boutin St-Pierre
Cinematographer: Yannick Nolin
Sound mix and sound editing: Eduardo Osorio
Music: Naomie Herpin
Cast: Aurelle Lavandier, Anne-Marie Cardin, Nelly Paquentin
Romy Boutin St-Pierre is an emerging filmmaker in fiction and documentary interested in social depolarization, cultural relativism and plurality of feminist perspectives. Bachelor in international relations and graduate in Arabic language, her interests in a diversity of perceptions led her to pursue her filmmaking experience in Quebec, Lebanon and Morocco. The exploration of sensuality is at the heart of her work, which focuses on the intimacy of fragile characters who go through a socially controversial situation, leading her audience to witness uncommon situations.
- 2021 -
In competition | FFEQ - Festival du film étudiant de Québec, Canada
In competition | REGARD – Saguenay International Short Film Festival, Canada