Frédérick Tremblay directs and produces his own independent animated films since 2001. In 2004 he directed Remote Paradise, a cartoon animation short film produced by the National Film Board of Canada. Since 2008, back to independent production, Frederick has been working on a series of stop motion short films: The Little Abyss (2008), The Drawer and the Crow (2009), Princesse (2010) and Blanche Fraise (2011). The Drawer and the Crow entered official competition in Hiroshima and won the Best Canadian Film Award in Ottawa, 2009. Blanche Fraise received the award for Best Narrative Short Film in the 2011 Ottawa edition.