| Adam Pajot Gendron, Director/Screenwriter
A Director with ten years experience in film and television, Adam Pajot Gendron has been a Soundman, Editor, Production Coordinator and Cameraman on over 100 productions prior to directing his own documentaries for Television, as well as for the film festival circuit. Today, Writer and co-founder of Tortuga Films, he is familiar with the television industry and applies his knowledge to all projects. Interested in exploration and discovery, meetings and travel, he has travelled in Europe, West Africa and the America’s to bring to the Quebecois and Canadian public touching stories that deal with social, political and environmental themes.
His documentary films shot in English, French, Spanish and Bambara (dialect of West Africa), have been seen in the four corners of the world, both in festivals and on public television. Proud of Cinematography in the regions of Quebec, Adam is involved also in the schools of the Lower Saint Lawrence where he is a coordinator on film programs that encourage perseverance and creativity. He is member of the Directors Guild in Québec (L’ARRQ) as well as Quebec Alliance of Image and Sound Technicians (AQTIS).