Pierre Cavale came to the cinema both through acting and writing. As soon as he finished his studies at the “Conservatoire d’art dramatique de Montréal” (a renowned acting school), he started off to write and interpret plays, then songs that were often like little films. In 2012, he discovered the Kino movement and, through this magnificent laboratory, he finally took a plunge himself as a filmmaker. Cavale has two documentaries and three short fiction films to his credit. Pierre Cavale Website
From the 1970s to the turn of the 21st century, Christiane Litalien has evolved as an illustrator, graphic designer, artistic director and, finally, a specialist in image processing through new technologies. Precursor in her field, she very quickly came to teaching to the benefit of her peers. At the beginning of the 2000s, she felt the need to reconnect with her roots. Puting aside the computers for a while, she learned to see things differently through the practice of art photography, then drawing and painting, taking pleasure in flushing the hidden beauties of the world. In 2008, she started teaching multimedia to teenagers, with the aim to awaken them to the omnipresent impact of the image in our daily lives. At the same time, she responds to Pierre Cavale’s invitation and gets involved in Pure coincidence Films as a producer, script-girl and art director. In 2016, she co-directed with Cavale the feature documentary “Portugal, a Great Little Country”.