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Clit Me

Jeunes pousses: NFB x UQAM interactive school
2019 | 5 min
Mobile educational game

Selections and Awards

  • Finalist - Création numérique – Relève étudianteNUMIX Awards 2020

  • Official SelectionSheffield International Documentary Festival, Sheffield, United Kingdom (2019)

  • VR Competition - Interactive digital experiences (excluding XR)NewImages Festival, Paris, France (2019)

Synopsis

Marketing Campaign

About the Project

About Jeunes pousses


Description

Images

Teaser

Team


Stéphanie Dupuis
Intern
Biography
Photo
Photo : Gaëlle Leroyer


Stéphanie Dupuis

Stéphanie Dupuis specializes in culture and social issues. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from UQAM and a Master’s degree in journalism from UdeM. In addition to collaborating on the “Arts et Pause” sections of La Presse, Stéphanie writes for Radio-Canada and the online magazines Journal des voisins and Ludwig van Montréal. In 2017, Stéphanie won the Lizette-Gervais award for emerging journalists in the online/multimedia category. She is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in communication at UQAM.


Maude Fraser
Intern
Biography
Photo
Photo : Gaëlle Leroyer


Maude Fraser

Maude Fraser is a young journalist and graduate of UQAM. She is a co-producer of the Dans les airs radio show for CHOQ.ca, a host on CISM and one of six minds behind the 2017 podcast version of the “Grosses Têtes” project by URBANIA magazine. Maude does more than just radio; her interests also extend into video and interactive media.


Noémie Beaulac
Intern
Biography
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Photo : Gaëlle Leroyer


Noémie Beaulac

Noémie Beaulac is fascinated by the entire creative process that takes place behind the cameras. Now in the final year of her Bachelor’s degree in communication at UQAM, specializing in television, and with a natural knack for leadership, Noémie aspires to become a producer showcasing Québec’s vibrant cultural scene.


Audrey Malo
Intern
Biography
Photo
Photo : Gaëlle Leroyer


Audrey Malo

By the time Audrey Malo graduated from Concordia University three years ago with a BA in visual arts, she had already worked with a slew of techniques: ceramics, papermaking, painting, drawing and more. Audrey recently returned to her studies to pursue a Bachelor’s degree in graphic design at UQAM, where she is focusing heavily on illustration and animation. Audrey is represented by the Anna Goodson illustration agency and has designed images for such clients as Reebok, VICE, L’actualité, Nouveau Projet, Reader’s DigestLa Presse+ and URBANIA.


Léa Martin
Intern
Biography
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Photo : Gaëlle Leroyer


Léa Martin

Léa Martin is fascinated by the issues of our time and hungry to tell their stories. She graduated from UQAM with a Bachelor’s degree in communication, specializing in journalism, and previously worked as an intern at Montreal Campus, putting her squarely at the heart of student news. Léa later went on to serve as web editor for UQAM’s international magazine, L’Esprit Simple. She also happens to be a huge fan of British music and co-hoststhe weekly radio show, Ma tasse de thé, on CHOQ.ca.


Vincent Paradis
Intern
Biography
Photo
Photo : Gaëlle Leroyer


Vincent Paradis

Vincent Paradis recently completed his second year of a Bachelor’s degree in communication at UQAM, where he is specializing in interactive media. He also studied interactive media at the CEGEP Édouard-Montpetit. Vincent’s first digital creation “crush” was the 21Balançoires installation by the studio Daily tous les jours. He has been obsessed with learning, exploring and discovering new ways of expressing himself ever since.


Catherine Sabourin
Intern
Biography
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Photo : Gaëlle Leroyer


Catherine Sabourin

Catherine Sabourin is a young designer from Montreal. After studying art history and completing a student exchange in Copenhagen, she decided to pursue a Bachelor’s degree specializing in graphic design at UQAM. Inspired by the power of images, Catherine enjoys multidisciplinary projects that blend graphic design with other techniques. After graduating, Catherine plans to work on creative projects related to publishing and branding.


Laurence Gélinas
Intern
Biography
Photo
Photo : Gaëlle Leroyer


Laurence Gélinas

Laurence Gélinas is currently pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in communication specializing in interactive media at UQAM. She also holds a diploma in multimedia integration techniques from CEGEP Édouard-Montpetit. Her versatile background means she can do not only interactive programming, web integration and design, but 2D/3D animation and modelling as well. Laurence focuses primarily on interactivity and immersion to create experiences that wow interactors.

Credits

Interns

Sound Design
Maude Fraser-Jodoin
Vincent Paradis

Research and Content
Léa Martin
Stéphanie Dupuis
Maude Fraser-Jodoin

Programming Team
Laurence Gélinas
Vincent Paradis

Art Direction
Audrey Malo
Catherine Sabourin

Project Manager
Noémie Beaulac

NFB Team

Executive Producer
Hugues Sweeney

Project Manager
Valérie Darveau

Production Managers
Marie-Pier Gauthier
Justine G. Chapleau

Editorial Manager
Valérie Darveau

Head of Technologies
Martin Viau

Production Coordinators
Marie-Ève Babineau
Claudia Boutin

Technical Coordinator
Caroline Fournier

 

Administrator
Marie-Andrée Bonneau

Marketing Managers
Gabrielle Harvey

Marketing Coordinator
Stéphanie Quévillon

Social Media Strategists
Kate Ruscito
Émilie Nguyen

Community Managers
Alyssia Duval-Nguon
Mélissa Sauvé

Press Relations
Marie-Claude Lamoureux

Information Technologies
Sergiu Suciu

Legal Services
Dominique Aubry

Technical Services
Mira Mailhot

Recording Studio
Geoff Mitchell

Sound Effects
Beatrix Moersch

Voice
Joanie Poirier

Unity Game Development Coach
Julien Barnoin

Copy Editing
Catherine Bélanger

Typographical Design
Typejockeys, Freude

Soundtrack
Choupakitch by Bruno Epron-Mahmoudi, Bam Library



Press Relations

  • 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 100 awards, including 21 Webbys. To access this award-winning content and discover the work of NFB creators, visit NFB.ca, download its apps for mobile devices or visit NFB Pause.

  • UQAM and media production

    An active player in all areas of media production and creation, UQAM is recognized for the excellence of its teaching in a range of fields including interactive media, journalism, film, music, television and design. www.etudier.uqam.ca