Oana Suteu Khintirian’s work encompasses films, responsive environments, installation and media scenography, Oana worked in North-America, Europe and Australia, her films have screened in film festivals around the world .
For over fifteen years she collaborated with the National Filmboard of Canada as a director, editor, mentor and consultant and the films she worked on have been broadcasted on Canadian national television (Radio Canada, CBC, Documentary Channel, TVOntario, Bravo!, Artv) as well as internationally (BBC, Channel 4, ARTE, TF1, TV5, PBS, ABC, SBS, RAI).
Her films received prizes from ArtFIFA, Montreal, Moving Pictures in Toronto, Golden Prague and a Prix Italia for Creativity. She has equally been nominated by the Canadian Academy of Cinema and Television for direction and editing.
As a media artist she participated in exhibitions at the Museum of Contemporary Arts, Montreal, Kunstlerhaus Mousonturm, Frankfurt and Image Forum, Tokyo, among others.
She is currently working on a feature length author documentary that deals with paper and memory (Goodbye Paper?) and as content director for Transplantation, multi-platform project lead by the National Filmboard of Canada, a singular and outstanding attempt to transplant and exhibit the heritage of this unique cultural institution in its brand new location in the centre of the Place des Arts of Montreal. A collaboration with DTJ (DailyToutlesJours) and NFB’S Animation and Interactive Programs.
She lives and works between Montreal and Paris.