Saguenay international
short film festival


Margot, a pre-teen who struggles to find acceptance at school is challenged by the arrival of her intellectually disabled sister in the after-school program. Margot initially struggles to keep her worlds seperated but an event soon leads her to re-evaluate her position.

Production :
La Fête
Distribution :
Les Films du 3 Mars
Contact :
Music :
Samuel Laflamme
Sound designer :
Pierre-Jules Audet
Screenplay :
Christine Doyon
Cast :
Sasha Bergeron, Maïsanne Bourdeau and Tiffany Choinière
Editing :
Christine Doyon
Cinematographer :
Jonathan Decoste, CSC

In competition for :

Canadian Grand Prize

Public Award - Official Competition

International FIPRESCI Critic’s Award

Public Award - Youth Competition

Jury Prize

  • Christine Doyon

    Writer, Director and editor, Christine Doyon has a Baccalaureat in "Histoire de l'art" and Cinema at the UQAM. Deriving from her direct cinema influences, Christine is mostly interested by inspiring human stories of resilience. Margot's Sister is her first work of fiction.