Will Prosper, a visionary documentary filmmaker and graduate of the École de cinéma et de télévision du Québec, is renowned for his moving exploration of under-represented communities and Afro-descendant cultures in Québec. Among his notable works, The Lost Tapes of hip-hop in Quebec (2008) tells the fascinating story of Québec's rap pioneers, while Les derniers pèlerins (2011) explores the religious Haitian diaspora in Québec. His award-winning film Kenbe la - Jusqu'à la victoire (2019) highlights his narrative talent.
Currently, Prosper is working on Fredy, a poignant story of a tragedy involving the Montréal police, as well as Dreams Without Ceiling, an intimate portrait of painter Manuel Mathieu. His film Northern Beats was recently selected for TIFF (Toronto International Film Festival) in 2023, exploring Canada's thriving hip-hop scene with its rich heritage of struggle and success.