A new website

by | Dec, 18, 2018 | News

We are proud to release our new home on the web. We hope you enjoy this new Tenor Films website which provides a quick glance at our work in the development and production of engaging audiovisual content.

We create travel documentaries, deliver in-person screenings and discussions and also develop edutainment multimedia projects. The firm was born out of collaborations between Amy Arnold and Étienne Trépanier whose passion for travel and communications prompted the production of unique travel films. Our first feature-length film, Argentina: la Ruta 40 from the Altiplano to Tierra del Fuego, was well received by the Canadian public and, in the context of the Les Grands Explorateurs series, was viewed by over 100,000 persons. Since then, we have produced and distributed a film about the Basque Country in a large network of Canadian movie theatres. In 2019, we are releasing our most recent travel-film about Colombia which will premiere in a large network of art houses in Belgium through the organization Exploration du Monde.

More recently, Tenor Films was involved in the production of the edutainment documentary Collared, a learning initiative for professionals produced in collaboration with the Osgoode Hall Law School and the Hennick Centre for Business and Law of York University.

We are delighted to share our passion for world travel, discovery and education with you. Don’t hesitate to reach out to us for any question or comment. We hope to meet you at one of our screenings and discussions.

Étienne Trépanier

Étienne Trépanier

Étienne is a lawyer by trade and a self-taught filmmaker. He maintains an active legal practice while producing and directing travel films presented in the “cine-conference” format as well as edutainment audiovisual productions.


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