La Boîte à Fanny is a film production company based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Its mission is to dare, innovate and inspire by producing sensitive, honest and accessible shorts and features.
Crédit: Justine Latour



After a bachelor es arts in film production at Concordia Universty, and a diploma in film production from L’inis in 2010, Fanny-Laure Malo starts her own production company, La Boite a Fanny in 2011.
Fanny-Laure is the producer of SARAH PREFERS TO RUN, by Chloe Robichaud, as well as a dozen short films such as LIFE’S A BITCH and MAURICE by Francois Jaros, and HERD LEADER, by Chloe Robichaud.
Her productions stand out for having been selected by the most prestigious festivals around the world such as Cannes, Sundance and Telluride.
Fanny-Laure just finished the postproduction of BOUNDARIES, Chloe Robichaud’s second feature, as well as OH WHAT A WONDERFUL FEELING, a short film by Francois Jaros.
She is currently developing projects, shorts and features, with filmmakers such as Sarah Berthiaume, Martin Laroche, Marie-Hélène Viens, Philippe Lupien, Sarah Pellerin and Philippe Davd Gagne.
Fanny-Laure is also involved in Fondation Rene Malo and Productions Laurem.



After her studies in Cinema at the Saint-Hyacinthe CEGEP, Annie-Claude Quirion is accepted in the Stratégies de production culturelle et médiatique program at UQÀM in 2012. While pursuing her studies, Annie-Claude travelled to Mali to work on a documentary, produced many student short films, worked at the TOHU, and volunteered in many cultural organizations (Zoofest, RVCQ, FNC, etc.).
In 2014, she begins an internship at La Boîte à Fanny, where she manages the festival strategy of the short films produced by the company, among other tasks. She joins the team permanently in October 2015.