Stéphanie Chapelle is a Business Affairs consultant as well as a Project Manager and a Strategy planner. Based in France, she has French and international clients including from Canada where she lived for 11 years.
Between 2014 and 2015, Stéphanie works as a Business Officer at the Ontario Media Development Corporation and specializes in all of the film, television and digital tax credits that Ontario and Canada have to offer.
In 2008, Markham Street Films hires Stéphanie (through her consultancy company Chap-Elle Productions Inc.) as their Business Affairs Manager and Head of Development. Thanks to her capacity to manage multiple projects, teams and deadlines simultaneously, she finalizes in time and in budget more than 9 productions in 5 years including the feature films Victoria Day, Big News From Grand Rock and the co-production Hold Fast. Stéphanie contributes to diversify Markham Street Films’ development slate by combining documentaries, feature films and TV Series.
Stephanie produced several short films including Spring, a partly animated short film commissioned by Vancouver’s Winter Olympic Games in 2010. She is the creator of the science fiction TV Series The Split and the transmedia project The Hell Benders.
Stéphanie graduates from the prestigious Canadian Film Centre’s Producers’ Lab in 2005. She has a Master of Business Administration from Nicholls State University (Louisiana) and a Maitrise de gestion of Paris IX Dauphine. She starts her career in banking in Luxembourg where she becomes Assistant Vice President at Brown Brothers Harriman (Lux)in less than 5 years.
Expertise - Confidentiality - Efficiency