1. Media Space

  2. Press Kit

Welcome to Pine Point

Paul Shoebridge, Mike Simons
2010/2020
Web experience, mobile application
English

Selections and Awards

  • Winner - Documentary: Individual episode in the online film and videoThe Webby Awards

  • Winner - Netart-WebsitesThe Webby Awards

  • Official Selection IDFA - Doc Lab

  • Official Selection Doxa Documentary Film Festival


About the user experience

Trailer


Team


Paul Shoebridge and Michael Simons
Directors


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Rob McLaughlin
Executive Producer


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Janine Steele
Producer


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Credits

Created, written and designed by
Mike Simons
Paul Shoebridge

ORIGINAL WEBSITE TEAM

Executive Producer:
Rob McLaughlin

Producer:
Adam Neilson

Original music by
The Besnard Lakes

Flash development
mod7
Vincent McCurley

Production support: Design, sound, video
Drew Shorno

Sound Design
Raphael Choi

Creative Technologist
Loc Dao

Video Editing
Mark Rogers
Liam Mitchell

Script Editing
J.B. MacKinnon

Manager, Studio and Operations
Janine Steele

 

HTML 5 RE-DESIGN TEAM

Design and development
Denman Digital

Executive Producer:
Rob McLaughlin

Producer:
Janine Steele

Manager, Studio operations
Camille Fillion

Production coordinator
Jasmine Pullukatt

Studio administrator
Victoria Angell

Senior dev ops
Sergiu Suciu

Project manager, digital platforms
Catherine Perreault

Marketing manager
Tammy Peddle

Marketing Coordinator
Eric Bondo

Publicist
Katja De Bock

 

FEATURED MUSIC

ALL SONGS PERFORMED BY THE BESNARD LAKES
Some Color in the Sky;Holiday Sin; For Agent 13; Because Tonight; published by Third Side Music Inc., Courtesy of Jagiaguwar

‘WE’RE HERE FOR A GOOD TIME (NOT A LONG TIME)’
McGuire/Smith, Courtesy of Trooper and Sony Music Canada



Press Relations

  • About the NFB

    Founded in 1939, the National Film Board of Canada (NFB) is a one-of-a-kind producer, co-producer and distributor of distinctive, engaging, relevant and innovative documentary and animated films. As a talent incubator, it is one of the world’s leading creative centres. The NFB has enabled Canadians to tell and hear each other’s stories for over eight decades, and its films are a reliable and accessible educational resource. The NFB is also recognized around the world for its expertise in preservation and conservation, and for its rich and vibrant collection of works, which form a pillar of Canada’s cultural heritage. To date, the NFB has produced more than 14,000 works, 6,500 of which can be streamed free of charge at nfb.ca. The NFB and its productions and co-productions have earned over 7,000 awards, including 11 Oscars and an Honorary Academy Award for overall excellence in cinema.