Tintin Amelie

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  • Country:   Canada
  • Province/State:   Quebec
  • City:   Montreaal
  • How do you Identify?:   black female
  • Age:   1985
  • Field of Work:   Fiction/Scripted, Documentary, and Other
  • Union:   Non-Union
  • Interested In:   Directing Music Videos/Commercials, Developing my own Film/TV/Digital Material, and Other
  • Recent Credits:   https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=24&v=RwW2p1S8a4Y&feature=emb_logo
  • Favourite Movies:   slim and queen - 13th- in their regards -
  • Favourite TV Shows:   Pactriot act - black ish - insecure
  • Pitch a Project:   one day as a racialized person we must see ourselves and even more so look at ourselves and face the fact that we are black, Arabic, Chinese, but in any case, that we are not white. Did I always know or when did I understand it?
  • Contact Information:   amelietintin@hotmail.fr
  • Link:   https://ameliecmoi.blog/


A pioneer of urban Creole culture, she had the chance to develop her art and find a receptive audience for her projects from the very beginning.
She participates in numerous albums and compilations, before giving a new impulse to her career, as well as to her role as an artist, and creates her first structure, GWA LABEL, in 2001, which works and supports the diffusion and recognition of urban culture as a social cohesion tool and its economic potential.
With GWA LABEL it allows young artists to develop their potential and helps them to professionalize their passion.
Her experience and knowledge of the world of music allows her to continue her career as an artistic director, photographer and director of short films and documentaries.

In March 2018, she receives the culture and insertion prize at Quai d’Orsay in the presence of the French and Quebec ministers, for her involvement between the two territories and the development of projects allowing the emergence, evolution and sharing between French and Quebec artists.

Like a Swiss army knife, she always develops new projects, moves to Montreal, and participates, in 2016, in the creation of a brand new Afro urban festival with la maison d’haiti.

Far from stopping, she is still trying to bring her stone in order to leave a trace to inspire and create a new generation of artists who are always more creative, innovative, and inspiring people who are ready to stand out from the crowd.


I am currently working on a series of short films on the theme of “Black Presence” as well as a documentary on the “Question of Identity”.

I’m in an incubator with the production company Media ranch, working on the development of a new TV format.
I’m also working on a photo exhibition on the theme of intersectionality.