- Les Productions Vic Pelletier Inc.
- Producer: Vic Pelletier
- 26 x 30 minutes /SRC, CBVT-Québec, RDI
- New media producer: Les Productions Vic Pelletier Inc.
- Producer’s Website: www.pvp.ca
- Program’s Website: www.histoiresoubliees.ca
The memories can sleep in the depths of our subconscious but they never die. Asleep in our collective memory, the forgotten stories (Histoires Oubliées) are waiting to be rediscovered. The wealth of this documentary series lies in the people who tell these authentic stories with passion and simplicity. Each subject is a jewel, a precious archive for our heritage.
The Website along with the illico program offer additional information about these forgotten stories. Users can consult narrated slide shows, archives, photographs and video testimonials and comments. Visitors can be involved in testing their knowledge by solving enigmas while learning about several subjects.
- Productions J (Star Académie) inc.
- Producers: Julie Snyder, Jean Lamoureux
- 11 x 90 minutes, 36 x 30 minutes / TVA
- New media producer: Netgraphe
- Program’s Website: www.staracademie.ca
After a large casting exercise throughout the province of Quebec, 14 talented unknown individuals, dreaming of becoming professional singers, were selected to be part of Star Académie. During their 9-week stay at the academy, they will learn to sing, dance, and perform. The viewers will have the chance to witness, via daily 30-minute documentaries, the best moments of the life of the show-business participants. During the 90-minute shows every Sunday night, the viewers will decide on the fate of the participants. At the end of the nine weeks, only one will become the big Star of Star Académie.
In parallel, the Website and illico, (the interactive television service of Vidéotron) are the convergence points of the public interested in the television show. The Website is continually updated and represents a highly interactive tool of the television show (online voting, photo albums, videos, 24 hours a day live cameras, exclusive on line chatting, etc.).
- Groupe ECP
- Producers: Jean-Yves de Banville, Jean Huppé, Marie Gros
- 26 x 30 minutes / TVA, TFO
- New media producer: Benoît Beaudoin
- Producer’s Website: www.ecptelevision.com
- Program’s Website: www.visez.ca
In a series of 30 minute programs, young men and women share with Guillaume Lemay-Thivierge their newly found enthusiasm and passion for a career they have recently discovered. The goal of this Canada-wide project is to provide to all, young adults and their peers, the best information on the vast number of jobs available here and elsewhere. It takes into account our cultural diversity – from Native People to all other cultural communities composing the rich mosaic of our country. This project strives to be a lever, a positive movement towards the carriers of the XXI century.
The Website supplies additional information, complementary to the television programs. Users also have access, via hyper-links, to hundreds of online resources regarding careers and vocations. In addition to the hundreds of videos and career presentations, researched and detailed interactive reports on specific industries as well as humorous capsules enrich the content available on the Website.
- Cité-Amérique, Cinéma Télévision Inc.
- Executive producer: Vivianne Morin
- Producer: Luc Martineau
- 52 x 14.30 minutes / Treehouse, APTN, VRAK, Knowledge Network, TFO
- New media producer: Luc Martineau
- Producer’s Website: www.cite-amerique.com
- Program’s Website: www.wumpasworld.com
Welcome to Wumpa’s World! A preschool series with friends living within the Arctic Circle. The Arctic can be extremely cold and dangerous. The loving support of Wumpa the Walrus, Tiguak the Polar Bear and the two snow bunnies, Seeka and Tuk, help make this vast landscape the perfect home for our young heroes, Zig and Zag. Throughout each episode, we learn about friendship, community and courage.
The Wumpa’s World Website helps children aged 3 to 5 discover the Great North and the Inuit culture. It is a virtual environment where youngsters learn about northern realities through exploration and experimentation. Young internet users are invited to learn at their own pace in this entertaining, intuitive and highly interactive environment entirely built in Flash.