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Very Very Short

Web-based interactive projects for smartphones
2017 | 60 s



A National Film Board of Canada and ARTE France production, in partnership with IDFA DocLab.

National Film Board of Canada

Executive Producer
Hugues Sweeney

Production Managers
Marie-Pier Gauthier
Nathalie Bédard Morin

Editorial Manager
Valérie Darveau

Technology Director
Martin Viau

Production Coordinators
Caroline Fournier
Claudia Boutin
Dominique Brunet

Marie-Andrée Bonneau

Marketing Manager
Tammy Peddle

Marketing Coordinators
Florent Prevelle
Stéphanie Quevillon

Social Media Strategist
Kate Ruscito

Web Content Project Manager
Félix-Antoine Viens

Press Relations
Marie-Claude Lamoureux
Pat Dillon

Information Technologies
Sergiu Suciu

Legal Services
Peter Kallianiotis

ARTE France

Digital Development Chief
Gilles Freissinier

Editorial Manager 
Marianne Levy-Leblond

Program Producers
Marie Berthoumieu
Emilie Bessard  

Head of Project Management
Stéphane Nauroy

Community Manager
Léa Jagut

Jérôme Vernet

ARTE France Développement

Production Managers
Claire Aubret
Angèle Le Névé

Assisted by
Juliette Droillard

Christian Stonner

ARTE Studio Lab Responsibles
Clément Dhamelincourt

Technical Manager
Vincent Chagny

Project Manager
Noé Daudin-Clavaud


Caspar Sonnen
Wotienke Vermeer
Michael Zbieranowski

Caspar Sonnen – IDFA DocLab
Ziv Schneider – New Media Artist
Jouke Vuurmans – MediaMonks
Julia Kaganskiy – New Museum
Myriam Achard – PHI Center
Florent Maurin – The Pixel Hunt
Jepchumba – Digital Artist and Curator
Rafaella Wang
Zina Kisch



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 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.