- PVP Films 2
- Executive producer: Vincent Leroux
- Producer: Vic Pelletier
- 10 x 30 minutes / TFO, SRC, RDI, APTN
- Producers – Video on Demand: Vic Pelletier, Sam DeChamplain
- Director – Video on Demand: Jean Bourbonnais
- Producer’s Website: www.pvp.ca
- Interactive Components producer’s Website: www.pvpinteractif.ca
- Program’s Website: www.terresarctiques.tv
The series portrays and assesses Canadian efforts to assert its interest in the Arctic in the face of dramatic climatic and political changes that are already raising the stakes for all circumpolar nations.
Both the Web and illico sites propose informative, interactive, and animated complements geared to help understand the inventory of fixtures, explore geography, history, and political events linked to the Arctic. Photo gallery and videos from the Far North put the current situation into perspective. The Webcam project presents online visual elements of several villages of the Arctic enabling the development of virtual bonds between communities of all polar areas. The Terres arctiques film, dedicated to Video on Demand, makes it possible to establish a link between the southernmost Canadian life and the perception of the Far North’s reality.
- Spectra Animation 1 inc.
- Executive producers: André A. Bélanger, Luc Châtelain
- 78 x 2 minutes (interactive capsules), 6 x 22 minutes (mini-films), 12 x 2 minutes (interactive segments) / Treehouse, Télé-Québec
- Interactive Components producer: Spectra Animation
- Producer’s Website: www.spectraanimation.ca
- Program’s Website: www.toopyandbinoo.com
Series using four learning strategies: stimulation, interactive sollicitation, modelisation, and valorisation.
- Télé Tribu
- Executive producer: Suzie Larivée
- Associate producer: Claude Goulet
- Producer: Claude Larivée
- 12 x 60 minutes / illico, ARTV
- Interactive Components producers: Suzie Larivée, Claude Goulet
- Producers’ Website: www.teletribu.com
- Program’s Website: www.lesnuitsaunational.ca
Series of concerts directly from the National offering an overview of current French music by writer-composers with diverse backgrounds.
- Téléfiction Productions inc.
- Executive producer: Claude Veillet
- Producers: Lucie Veillet, Carmen Bourassa
- 65 x 24.5 minutes / Société Radio-Canada, Télé-Québec
- Interactive Components producer: Net Communications
- Producer’s Website: www.telefiction.com
- Interactive Components producer’s Website: www.netc.net
- Program’s Website: www.toctoctoc.tv
“Toc Toc Toc!” is a television series that will fascinate children with its village nestled on the slopes of a hill with string of little houses, with eclectic facades. Each eposide, the two heries, Youï and Alia, will discover a new door; each one taking them to places around the world and making them experience new adventures. Playful and educational, “Toc Toc Toc” is a television series for 5-6 year old children. Each episode will unveil an enchanted world and introduce our young viewers to the pleasures of discovery!
Toc Toc Toc’s Website is a virtual playground where children can get to know the series’ fantasy world. The series also have interactive features! Each episode will introduce new games and Happy Birthday cards will be sent to all the children registered on this service.
- Cirrus Communications, TOXA Inc.
- Executive producer: Vianney Tremblay
- Producers: Vianney Tremblay, Philippe Lamarre (Toxa), Josée Vallée (Cirrus)
- 13 x 26 minutes / TV5
- Interactive Components producer: Vianney Tremblay
- Producers’ Website: www.toxa.com / www.cirruscommunications.com
- Interactive Components producer’s Website: www.toxa.com
- Program’s Website: www.mtl12.com
Urbania will highlight Montréal’s cultural diversity by exploring a different setting with each episode. Often unknown or so cliché ridden as to become invisible, each location is the focus point of a variety of bustling activity and a great many people gravitate toward them. Nourished by this diversity, each episode will explore a wealth of human and social issues. Rather than presenting a logical, sequential order of events, each half-hour episode will intertwine the different sequences in a textured and fascinating entity, reflecting a decidedly Urbania point of view.
The Website presents the same 12 places as the TV series and is divided in 12 parts or 12 sites. Each site will be launched successively in the same order and during the same week as the corresponding episode. Divided in three sections, each site gives the user a chance to SEE the content related to the TV episode, LEARN about the place with different applications about different topics, and PARTICIPATE by sending his or her own content.