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Véa is a multidisciplinary artist who combines theater and cinema in her numerous projects. She holds a degree in Theater Studies from the University of Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris III. From 2005 to 2010, she directed the theater company she founded, Calliopé. Between 2010 and 2012, she worked in Paris and London, primarily in the world of theater. From 2017 to 2019, she served as the artistic director of the technology company Neweb Labs, where she worked on the project of Maya Kodes, a real-time holographic singer. Also involved in the field of digital and visual arts, Véa conceptualizes a museum room for Montréal en mémoires, which will open a new museum in Montreal in September 2023.

She is a co-founder of Productions UP, a production company specializing in concerts, audiovisual content, and artist management. Véa also works independently as an artistic director on various projects in the fields of music, dance, cinema, digital art, and theatrical performance. Since 2019, she has been the co-artistic director of the theater company Youtheatre in Montreal.

In 2016, she directed her first short film, "Made It," which garnered hundreds of thousands of views on YouTube. She went on to direct around fifteen music videos for artists of various musical genres. Her career as a filmmaker took off with the medium-length film "Pandora," which she produced under the two companies she leads. It was this 47-minute long take that allowed her and her team to secure an agreement with the Francophone and national broadcaster Télé-Québec to produce a trilogy of three films in the same format. These films have won several awards in Quebec, including Prix Numix and Prix Gémeaux, as well as internationally. Véa is currently working on the development of her next feature film.


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