Jean-François Pouliot

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Jean-François Pouliot (Director) was born in Montreal in 1957. After earning a B.A. in Communication Arts from Concordia University and a minor in Philosophy, Pouliot began working in Montreal as an assistant cameraman on local films as well as international ones like Sergio Leone's "Once Upon a Time in America" and Tony Richardson's "Hotel New Hampshire". During this time, teaming with Robert Belisle, he co-wrote and co-directed a number of short animated films for the National Film Board of Canada, including "The Egg".

In 1982, Pouliot became a writer-designer at Cossette Communication Marketing, Canada's largest advertising agency. Read more...