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Alexandre Beaumont-Vachon is a Québécois filmmaker from Saint-Félicien, Canada. In 2015, his great passion for adventure led him to pursue a bachelor’s degree in Outdoor Leadership at the University of Québec at Chicoutimi. Today, he continues to work as an outdoor guide in many fields of adventure tourism such as hiking, canoe expeditions and rafting as well as a river safety technician for film sets. During an 18 month-long solo trip in Latin America, Alexandre felt an increasing need to act upon the social injustices that he saw in these countries. To do this, he decided to go back to school in 2018 and study documentary filmmaking. In 2019, he went to the Dominican Republic to shoot "Playeros : Beach Workers". A documentary about the working conditions of Haitians in their neighbouring country that has won recognition and is being distributed by Spira. His next film will be shot in Japan during the ten month-long bikepacking trip that he will embark on in 2020.
  • Director of Photography (1 Credit)
    Playeros, beach workers2019
    Documentary
  • Producer (1 Credit)
    Playeros, beach workers2019
    Documentary
  • Director (1 Credit)
    Playeros, beach workers2019
    Documentary
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Playeros, beach workers
Projection des œuvres des finissants de l'école des métiers du cinéma et de la vidéo.
Rivière-du-loup, QC
2019
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Cégep Rivière-du-Loup
Documentary filmmaking
20182019
College
Université du Québec à Chicoutimi
Bachelor's Degree in Outdoor Leadership
20152017
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