Jean-François Pouliot

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For the Quebec politician, see Jean-François Pouliot (politician).
Jean-François Pouliot
Born 1957
Montreal, Canada
Occupation Film director
Years active 1979 - Present

Jean-François Pouliot (born 1957) is a Québécois film director.

He was born in Montreal and studied at Concordia University. He worked as an assistant cameraman, while also writing and directing short animated films for the National Film Board. In 1982, Pouliot joined the advertising firm Cossette Communication Marketing, where he twice won the Grand prix du Mondial de publicité francophone, a French language advertising award. In 1988, he began directing television ads. Pouliot directed a number of episodes of the CBC television series Emily of New Moon. He directed the 2003 Quebec film Seducing Dr. Lewis and the 2006 film Guide de la petite vengeance. Glimpses/Impressions is a film by Pouliot for the Canadian pavilion at Expo 2010 in Shanghai.[1]

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  1. ^ Tremblay, Odile (28 April 2010). "Jean-François Pouliot capturant l'humanité urbaine". Le Devoir (in French) (Montreal). Retrieved 3 August 2010. 

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