André-Line Beauparlant

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André-Line Beauparlant is a Canadian art director, production designer, set decorator and film director. She is nominated for a Genie Award for Best Achievement in Art Direction/Production Design for her work in Continental, un film sans fusil at the 28th Genie Awards and for Camping sauvage, Le Nèg' and The Woman Who Drinks (La Femme qui boit) at the 25th Genie Awards. In 2002, she was nominated for three Jutra Awards for Best Art Direction for La Femme qui boit and Mariages and for Best Documentary for Trois Princesses pour Roland. She is an alumna of the University of Montreal and a 1993 graduate of the National Theatre School of Canada.[1]


  1. ^ "Alumni, Design: 1990-1999". National Theatre School of Canada. 

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