Genéa Gaudet is a documentary and music video director. She explores gender, memory, relationships and sexuality in her work. She regularly shoots on 16mm and 8mm film and experiments with analog video formats.
Her first short documentary, Elder, was nominated Best Short Documentary at the Tribeca Film Festival premiere and is on The New York Times Emmy-award winning Op-Docs series. Her next film, Second to None, is a branded-content short about two sisters vying for an Olympic slot on the U.S. Pentathalon Team. It was produced for Dick’s Sporting Goods and featured on ESPN. Genéa’s music video for indie-folk supergroup, I’m With Her, is featured on Rolling Stone, and aggregated on Variety, The Guardian, JamBase and Daily Motion. Additionally, she has filmed music videos, short documentaries and promotionals for Steve Martin, Béla Fleck & Abigail Washburn, The Record Company, The Revivalists, and Lindsey Sterling. Genéa is Canadian-American. Her production company, Girlfight Pictures, is based in Los Angeles.