Saël Lacroix

Saël Lacroix holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Quebec in Montreal and an accreditation of College studies in Film Production from Montreal’s Grasset Institute. In 2007, he codirected the award-winning film Water Discourses (2007), exposing water management issues in Mexico and around the world through the scope of the civil unrest that took place in 2006 during the World Water Forum held in Mexico City. In 2010, Lacroix started researching, scripting and directing Tracing Arthur, the extraordinary story of Quebec artist and cartoonist André Montpetit. The film’s World Premiere took place in November 2015 at Montreal International Documentary Festival.   Filmography   Tracing Arthur (2015 / 75 min)