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Carrier Pigeon

2017 | 60 sec
Mobile and tablet

Selections and Awards

  • Digital Work Award - Cultural ProductionNUMIX Awards 2018

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Marc-Antoine Jacques
Creative Director (Folklore)

Marc-Antoine Jacques

After obtaining a bachelor’s degree in Graphic Design at the Université du Québec à Montréal’s School of Design, Marc-Antoine Jacques gained an impressive body of professional experience. He completed an internship as a graphic designer in Montpellier, France, then returned to Quebec to join an exciting team at Toxa, editor of Urbania. Two years later, he joined the advertising agencies BBDO, BleuBlancRouge, then Commun, an agency specialising in digital marketing.

With his experience in creation, he co-founded the digital design studio Folkore in 2012. Since then, he has collaborated with some of the greatest Montreal cultural institutions, including the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, the Elektra Festival, the International Digital Arts Biennal of Montreal, the National Film Board of Canada, Urbania and the CBC.

His multidisciplinary approach earned him several awards and recognitions: he won ten Boomerang grand prizes, three Grafika grand prizes, one Lux grand prize and one Créa grand prize. He also contributes as an illustrator for several print magazines, such as Infopresse, Urbania and L’actualité.

David Mongeau-Petitpas
Developer (Folklore)

David Mongeau-Petitpas

A desire to create first prompted David Mongeau-Petitpas to learn web programming. In 2006, he founded and developed ecoutez.ca, an independent music site that would attract more than 1,000 Québécois artists. In 2009, he joined Sparko, where he worked as lead programmer and developed the new website for voyagerabais.com, one of the largest travel agencies in Quebec. In 2010, he held the position of Technical Director at Commun, an advertising agency, and worked on a number of projects, including the NFB’s Rouge au carré, TOHU, Mise-o-jeu and Les Camps Odyssée. He was a member of the jury for the Boomerang Awards in 2012. He is now co-founder and developer at the collaborative digital creative content developer Folklore, where he has worked on several interactive experiences, including the NFB’s Mythes 2.0, Radio-Canada’s #BanlieueLaNuit and Doodlestreetview.ca for Urbania. Through his personal and professional practice, he attempts to place technology in the service of story, using innovative creative combinations and possibilities to surprise audiences and push the envelope of the art form.

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  • About the NFB

    The National Film Board of Canada (NFB) is one of the world’s leading digital content hubs, creating groundbreaking interactive documentaries and animation, mobile content, installations and participatory experiences. NFB interactive productions and digital platforms have won over 100 awards, including 21 Webbys. To access this unique content, visit NFB.ca.

  • About ARTE

    ARTE  is a public French-German television network that has supported European culture since the early  ’90s. Most of its programming is provided by its French and German partners, including ZDF. About 55% of the programs are documentaries, 25% are feature films and 15% are news-related programs, while 5% feature music and other performing arts. ARTE’s mission is to strengthen understanding and ties amongst people in Europe through culture and inspiring, innovative programs.