About Pascal Gélinas

Pascal Gélinas was born in Montreal, Canada, on April 12, 1946. In 1973, he directed his first feature film, Montréal Blues. In 1983, he co-directed a feature-length documentary called La Turlutte des Années Dures (The Ballad of Hard Times), which won the Critics’ Award In Quebec, as well as the Sesterce d’Argent and the Prix Oecuménique at the International Film Festival of Nyon, Switzerland. Between 1984 and 2009, Pascal directed more than 350 science reports for Société Radio-Canada. In 2006, Pascal shot, edited, and produced a documentary called Le Porteur d’Eau (“The Water Bearer”). This film was selected in thirty festivals in the Americas, Europe, Africa, and Asia. The film won five awards — two in Canada, and one in France, Tunisia, and Australia. In 2009, he wrote and directed a documentary on his father, the famous playwriter and actor Gratien Gélinas. Titled Gratien Gélinas, Un Géant Aux Pieds d’Argile (“Gratien Gélinas, A Giant With Feet of Clay”), the film was shown on Canadian television and won the Gemini for best documentary.  In 2013 he wrote and directed Huguette Oligny, le Gout de Vivre (“Huguette Oligny, a Taste for Living”). Along with the prize for best biography at the International Festival of Films on Art (FIFA), the film was shown on Canadian television and won the Gemini for best biography. In 2015 Gélinas shot and directed the documentary Un Pont Entre Deux Mondes (“A Bridge Between Two Worlds”). This film was selected to appear in 65 festivals in the Americas, Europe, and Asia and was awarded 15 times.

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About André Fauteux

Based near Montréal, Québec, André Fauteux founded Canada’s first French magazine on healthy and sustainable housing, La Maison du 21e Siècle (“21st-Century Housing”), in 1994.  He has covered all aspects of natural building biology as well as advanced (R-2000, LEED, Passive House, etc.) homes. He has been writing about electromagnetic field health effects, diagnosis, mitigation, and politics since 1993 and has developed an extensive international network of expert contacts in these areas. André obtained a Bachelor’s degree in political science and a graduate diploma in journalism before becoming a reporter for the Montreal Gazette daily in 1988. In the 1990s, he wrote extensively about Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC)’s Healthy Housing research and publications. CMHC also contracted him to train employees for big-box chain store Reno-Depot in healthy renovations. While still publishing his magazine, he is also a reputed speaker and consultant helping people, organizations, cities, and corporations create a better world.

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