Guy Édoin

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Guy Édoin is a Canadian film director and screenwriter, whose debut full-length film Marécages was released in 2011.[1]

Originally from Saint-Armand, Quebec, Édoin studied at the Université du Québec à Montréal and the Université de Montréal. He previously wrote and directed the short films Le Pont (2005), The Dead Water (Les Eaux mortes) (2006) and La Battue (2007), garnering award nominations for Best Short Film at both the Genie Awards and the Prix Jutra.

His second feature film, Ville-Marie, was released in 2015.[2]

Édoin, who is gay, predominantly addresses LGBT themes in his work.[3]


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