MICHAÉL JARVIS. Writer/Director

Born in Montréal, Québec, a descendant of Black Canadian Loyalists, Michaél  has been in film & television industry for over two decades. He attended L'École Du Cinema Mel Oppenhimer Film (Concordia University) in Montréal Canada and has worked with Oscar-Emmy Golden Globe award-winning actor Lou Gossett, Jr. and Jonathan Demme. Michaél is best known for the controversial short film entitled Angélique, and the feature hybrid documentary Acrobats & Maniacs. Most recently, Michaél directed a short horror film thriller entitled Horrorcore for the Hip Hop artist “OLI”, and is completing a documentary special for Caribbean Vibrations Television on Angela James, the first Black woman to be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame.