After studying film at UQAM, Geneviève Albert makes her film debut with the documentary Paul Hébert, le rêveur acharné (2007). In 2008, she makes her first work of fiction Reviens-tu ce soir? which circulated in international festivals. Then she signs La vie heureuse de Gilles Z (2010), a cinematic tribute to Gilles Carle, selected for the official opening of the Rendez-vous du cinéma québécois festival, and the short film La traversée du salon (2012), crowned with two awards in Vancouver. Parallel with her filmmaking career, she directs various projects (clips, web series, corporative videos ...). In 2012, Geneviève Albert flies to Los Angeles to perform in IRIS from Cirque du Soleil, while continuing her film career. Back in Montreal, she directs Entre mon nom et ton film (2014), a cinematic tribute to Michel Brault. The director is currently dedicated to writing her first full-length feature film.