Paul Cadieux is a Canadian producer whose best-known work is the French animation The Triplets of Belleville, which was nominated for two Academy Awards® including Best Animated Feature in 2003. He won the Genie Award – Canada’s highest film honour – for Best Motion Picture. He has produced many documentaries within the Middle East including The Settlers, Gaza, P.S. Jerusalem and A Sister’s Song. He has also directed one film, The Alpine Adventurer, in New Zealand. He received his first APSA nomination for Best Documentary Feature Film for co-producing Advocate.

Accolades

Rachel Leah Jones and Philippe Bellaïche and Paul Cadieux and Joëlle Bertossa
Best Documentary Film, 2019

Advocate

Best Documentary Film, 2019

Advocate

Lea Tsemel has defended political prisoners for nearly 50 years and defies convention at every turn. In particular, the human rights lawyer who is equal…

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Films

Advocate
2019

Advocate

Israel, Canada, Switzerland
2019

Advocate

Lea Tsemel has defended political prisoners for nearly 50 years and defies convention at every turn. In particular, the human rights lawyer who is equal…

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