Aline-Sitoé N’Diaye
Director – Writer – Editor

Born and raised in france in 1995, Aline-Sitoé always loved drawing and telling stories. At the age of 13, she started filming her friends after school and created short thriller movies. Growing up, she wanted to find out how a real movie was made. She took a cinema class in high school, and went to a cinema school for three years after that. She ended up studying screenwriting in montreal and since then, she’s a videomaker and a passionate independent filmmaker.

As a young creative, she has been directing and helping producing a decent amount of projects and i think she is able to handle heavier productions. Through her experiences, she learnt how the industry works and what it takes to make a script become reality. She has a strong muliticultural background which often brings her to talk about social injustices and mixing cultures in her projects (Ceeb, cannes 2019) or (The Bronx Berlin Connection). In 2021, she releases her new fiction short, Fragments, with the support of the Black Ink Programme created in Montreal by Black Wealth Media in association with Black on Black Films.

She believes art is a bridge to unite communities, educate and create understanding. The theme power & identities is directly touching her artist soul.