Katia Café-Fébrissy is a Toronto-based award-winning Writer & Director of Guadeloupean heritage in the French Caribbean. In her latest film “Root Up”, she tackles the issue of chlordecone contaminated soils in Guadeloupe through the prism of a local female farmer. This creative documentary tells the story of a land, a woman and her struggle to save her legacy. “Root Up” won the Best Short Documentary Award in the 2017 TERRA Environmental Film Festival. Katia also directed a CBC-Documentary “Social Me” which was screened at the 2015 Francophone International Film Festival of Acadia (FICFA).