Louvenson Saint Juste is an artist filmmaker, he lives and works in Haiti where he collaborates with institutions such as the Center d’Art, Production Fanal, FOKAL, the MWEM Foundation, etc. Louvenson is sensitive to themes related to violence, exploitation, nature and childhood. Graduated in drama from the National School of Arts in Port-au-Prince where he learned theater, drawing and modeling. In 2011, he was accepted into the multimedia training program of Haiti Reporters to study journalism and get a bit closer to documentary. In 2012, during an exchange at the Higher School of Image (Le Septentecinq) in Belgium, he discovered the basics of animation cinema and remained a lover. Louvenson made his entry into animation with his experimental film “Touky à la rivère” and since then he has mainly focused on making animated film frame by frame and directed the short film “Ti Foli” and this year “Zone Safe”, “Zuli” and “Wa Anri”.