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It’ll Be Nice Out Tomorrow – 5 Shorts Project Fourth Edition

Guillaume Lévesque and Antoine Létourneau-Berger
2020 | 4 min 07 s

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Guillaume Lévesque and Antoine Létourneau-Berger

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Guillaume Lévesque and Antoine Létourneau-Berger

Guillaume Lévesque

Born in Amqui, in the Matapedia valley, Guillaume Lévesque studied cinema at Cégep de Limoilou and INIS, where he created several reporting videos, documentaries and video essays that deal with the notions of territory and our relationships with others. Floes (2019), Le silence de Lawrence (2017), Une pelletée après l’autre (2012), TER (2009) and On perd du terrain (2005) are some of his main films.

Antoine Létourneau-Berger

Antoine Létourneau-Berger is a composer, editor and sound mixer from Bas-Saint-Laurent. He studied in classical percussion at the Conservatoire de musique de Rimouski and in film music composition at UQAM. Interested in avant-garde experimental music, folk song, rock, jazz and electronic music, he now composes for film, theater, television and radio.


Valérie Mongrain
Producer (Paralœil)
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Valérie Mongrain

A Rimouski native, Valérie Mongrain has been the general manager of Paralœil since 2013. Earlier in her career, she worked for as a make-up artist for theater, stage and special effects. Passionate about arts and culture, she is dedicated to promoting Quebec cinema and cinematographic creation in the Bas-Saint-Laurent region.

She has also worked at the Carrousel international du film de Rimouski for a few years as director of programming. Valérie Mongrain has taught literature and theater and has been very involved in the field of cultural diffusion. Her charisma and creative spirit have enabled Paralœil to keep up with its mission of pursuing known and renown challenges.


Colette Loumède
Producer (NFB)
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Colette Loumède

Colette Loumède is a key figure in the world of Canadian documentary film. In her more than 15 years with the NFB, she has produced or co-produced close to 50 films, most of which have been screened at major national and international festivals and won prestigious awards. Her constant search for talent, whether in newcomers or established artists, has led to important contributions in auteur documentary, a form that explores different kinds of narrative approaches to subjects as diverse as investigative geopolitical analysis and stories of complex personal relationships. She has worked at the NFB as producer or co-producer with some of Quebec’s greatest filmmakers: Jacques Godbout (Les héritiers du mouton noir), André Melançon (Printemps fragiles), Serge Giguère (À force de rêves, Le mystère Macpherson), Richard Desjardins and Robert Monderie (Trou Story, Le peuple invisible), Patricio Henríquez (Sous la cagoule, un voyage au bout de la torture, Ouïghours, prisonniers de l’absurde), Luc Bourdon (La mémoire des anges, La part du diable), Paule Baillargeon (Trente tableaux), Carole Laganière (Absences), Claude Demers (D’où je viens), Jean-Claude Labrecque (Sur les traces de Maria Chapdelaine), Sophie Deraspe (Le profil Amina), Hugo Latulippe (Alphée des étoiles), Jean-François Caissy (La marche à suivre, Premières armes) and Céline Baril (24 Davids).


Nathalie Cloutier
Producer and Executive Producer
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Nathalie Cloutier

In 2018, after 15 years at the NFB, Nathalie Cloutier was appointed Executive Producer of the French Program’s Documentary Studio. She has always championed a flexible creative process and supported a diverse group of auteurs, an approach that has yielded a number of bold endeavours. At the NFB, she’s produced several interactive projects, including Here at Home: In Search of the Real Cost of Homelessness, a multi-award-winning website about homelessness, and The Hole Story Interactive, a website that accompanied the feature-length doc of the same name by Richard Desjardins and Robert Monderie. In addition to her work on interactive productions, Nathalie has produced and co-produced numerous feature-length documentaries that have garnered attention both in Canada and internationally. They include The Amina Profile by Sophie Deraspe (Sundance 2015), Gulîstan, Land of Roses by Zaynê Akyol (Doc Alliance Selection Award, Locarno 2016), Freelancer on the Front Lines by Santiago Bertolino (closing film at RIDM 2016), and A Delicate Balance by Christine Chevarie-Lessard (Women Inmates’ Award, RIDM 2018). She also produced Waseskun, by Steve Patry, a Best Feature Length Documentary nominee at the 2017 Canadian Screen Awards. In collaboration with Nadagam Films of Val d’Or, in Quebec’s Abitibi-Témiscamingue region, in 2018 she launched the 5 Shorts Project, for which five local female directors each made a very short documentary for the web. Her most recent productions are Kenbe La: Jusqu’à la Victoire by Will Prosper, Le fond de l’air by Simon Beaulieu and Far from Bashar by Pascal Sanchez.

Nathalie Cloutier first came to work at the NFB as a production coordinator in 2003. After completing the documentary program at the Institut national de l’image et du son (INIS) in Montreal, she returned to the NFB as a producer at the Documentary Studio in 2010. Earlier in her career, she studied arts and literature and collaborated on several theatrical productions. Her experience directing short films for the 1998–1999 season of the Radio-Canada television program Course destination monde inspired her to pursue a career in film.

Credits

A film by
ANTOINE LÉTOURNEAU-BERGER
GUILLAUME LÉVESQUE

Producers
NATHALIE CLOUTIER
COLETTE LOUMÈDE
NFB
VALÉRIE MONGRAIN
PARALOEIL

Project Manager
NICOLE HUBERT

Images
PHILIPPE CHAUMETTE
GUILLAUME LÉVESQUE

Editing
PHILIPPE LEFEBVRE

Sound Design
ANTOINE LÉTOURNEAU-BERGER

Sound Design Consultant
MARIE-PIERRE GRENIER

Music
ANTOINE LÉTOURNEAU-BERGER

Sound Recording
ANTOINE LÉTOURNEAU-BERGER
GUILLAUME LÉVESQUE

Production Assistants
JULIETTE HADJERAS
MARIE JOMPHE-LEMAY
DAVID MARQUIS

Technical Support – Editing
PIERRE DUPONT
PATRICK TRAHAN
MARIE-JOSÉE GOURDE

Infographics
JACQUES BERTRAND SIMARD

Online Editing
YANNICK CARRIER

Re-recording
LUC LÉGER

Équipe Paraloeil
SANDRINE BERGER
JEAN-PHILIPPE CATELLIER
ÉMILE CYR-PERREAULT

Administrator
SIA KOUKOULAS

Production Coordinators
CORALIE DUMOULIN
JOËLLE LAPOINTE

Studio Coordinators
GABRIELLE DUPONT
PASCALE SAVOIE-BRIDEAU

Technical Coordinator
MIRA MAILHOT

Line Producer
MÉLANIE LASNIER

Executive Producer
NATHALIE CLOUTIER

Produced by
THE NATIONAL FILM BOARD OF CANADA
AND PARALOEIL



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  • Paralœil

    Active since 1999 in Rimouski and throughout the Bas-Saint-Laurent region, Paralœil is a creation and distribution centre founded on the view of cinema as a tool for community gathering and emancipation. The only video and cinema broadcasting and production center in Quebec, it rents out equipment, sustains film culture by offering diversified programming and collaborates on several broadcasting initiatives in the region. Directed by Valérie Mongrain, the organization brings together Distribution Paralœil and the production company Par’ici.

  • About the NFB

    The NFB is Canada’s public producer of award-winning creative documentaries, auteur animation, interactive stories and participatory experiences. NFB producers are embedded in communities across the country, from St. John’s to Vancouver, working with talented creators on innovative and socially relevant projects. The NFB is a leader in gender equity in film and digital media production, and is working to strengthen Indigenous-led production, guided by the recommendations of Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission. NFB productions have won over 7,000 awards, including 24 Canadian Screen Awards, 21 Webbys, 12 Oscars and more than 100 Genies. 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.