TV Series. Horror Drama.
Co-written with Patricia Gomez Zlatar

Lucas, a vampire living in the suburbs with his pregnant human wife, is tracked down by members of his blood drinking tribe. They face imminent extinction unless Lucas finds a cure for their inability to reproduce, something he has vowed never to undertake.

In Sweet Blood, vampires come from an isolated tribe plagued by a fatal allergy to the sun and lethal anemia. They live sheltered in their insular mountain stronghold, having created a society with its own rigid rules and religion, where most members are totally unaware of the outside world. Lucas left to forge a new life over a century ago, and is now quietly settled in suburbia with his pregnant wife Miriam. The series begins when two tribe members, Marek and Trina, have tracked him down because the tribe is dying off and is unable to reproduce. They need Lucas’s help and will not leave until he finds a solution. This turn of events will throw all their lives in upheaval.

*Selected to the Torino SeriesLab
*Selected to the Fantasia Frontieres Market
*Selected to the Series Mania Market
*Funded in development by SODEC, Telefilm and the Quebec Council for Arts & Letters



Feature Film. Horror Drama. French language.
Co-written with Stephan Deraucroix

Beatrice, a wealthy businesswoman diagnosed with a fatal illness, moves to the country with her young lover. She soon discovers her house is inhabited by the previous owner’s violent spirit, who seeks to become incarnate once more. Beatrice realises he holds the key to her survival, and a dangerous game begins between them. Beatrice will come to realise there are only two possible outcomes: death or immortality. Who will be victorious?

*Funded in development by SODEC



Feature Film. Drama.

Michael, an introverted fifteen year old boy, has his quiet existence upended when Ken, his older, macho brother, comes home from the army after a long absence. Tensions immediately resurface between the vastly different siblings, especially when Ken makes it his task to turn Michael into “a real man”. As the story progresses, Ken’s masculinity lessons gradually devolve into sexual ones. On the border of abuse and exploration, this further plunges the confused Michael into an emotional morass. Ultimately, this experience will force Michael to discover his own identity and step into adulthood.

*Funded in development by SODEC