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1. Merton in Montreal

Merton in Montreal

We invited Merton in Montreal to do some public piano interactions in various spots around the city. The goal was to make a viral film to promote Montreal internationally. in 4 days we reached 100 000 viewers and the views continues to add up. Agency: Cossette Montreal Catherine Savard: Creative Director Jonathan Rouxel: Conceptor Productions 1one: Production company Jean-René Parenteau: Co-Director and camera Yan Dal Santo: Co-Director and camera

2. 2014 Voices N.T. Wright

2014 Voices N.T. Wright

Tom Wright is one of today's best known and respected New Testament scholars. Born in 1948, he studied for the ministry at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford, and was ordained as Junior Research Fellow and Junior Chaplain at Merton College, Oxford. From 1978 to 1981 he was Fellow and Chaplain at Downing College, Cambridge, and then moved to Montreal as Assistant Professor of New Testament Studies at McGill University. He returned in 1986 to Oxford as University Lecturer in New Testament, and Fellow and Chaplain of Worcester College, Oxford. He became Dean of Lichfield in 1994, and Canon Theologian of Westminster Abbey in 2000. Tom has written over thirty books, both at the scholarly level and for a popular audience. A good friend of Regent Professor Emeritus Gordon Fee, he has been a past teacher at the College. Register today at

3. Festimania campaign recap

Festimania campaign recap

To invite Merton in Montreal to do some public piano interactions in various spots around the city, i dressed like him and contacted him trough skype. We had so much fun that he accepted to represent the new coalition of Montreal festivals: Festimania. The goal was to make a viral film to promote Montreal internationally. in 4 days we reached 100 000 viewers and the end of the campaign we reached more than 9 700 000 viewers. Creatives: Catherine Savard, Jonathan Rouxel Production house: 1ONE

4. Taking Root – The Vision of Wangari Maathai Alan Dater, Lisa Merton

Taking Root – The Vision of Wangari Maathai Alan Dater, Lisa Merton

Taking Root – The Vision of Wangari Maathai Alan Dater, Lisa Merton Wie eine Frau in Kenia Bäume pflanzte, den Frauen ihre politische Stimme wiedergab und Friedensnobelpreisträgerin wurde In Kenia droht das Land zur Einöde zu werden. Dagegen kämpft die spätere Friedensnobelpreisträgerin Wangari Maathai mit ihrer Organisation „Green Belt Movement“. GBM ist eine internationale Nichtregierungsorganisation, die sich vor allem auf Umweltschutz und die Entwicklung von sozialen Gemeinschaften konzentriert. Sie wurde im Jahr 1977 unter der Federführung des nationalen kenianischen Frauenrates (Maendeleo Ya Wanawake) von der Kenianerin Wangari Maathai gegründet. Die Bewegung konzentrierte sich in den ersten Jahrzehnten ihres Bestehens auf Baumpflanzungsaktionen, um der Entwaldung und somit auch der Bodenerosion in Kenia entgegenzuwirken und die Verfügbarkeit der Hauptenergiequelle zum Kochen sicherzustellen. Daneben steht die Entwicklung eines umweltbewussten Umgangs mit der Natur insbesondere der weiblichen Landbevölkerung im Mittelpunkt der Aktivitäten. Seit 1977 wurden von der GBM über 30 Millionen Bäume gepflanzt und über 30.000 Frauen in Forstwirtschaft, Imkerei, Nahrungsmittelverarbeitung und anderen Möglichkeiten der Einkommenssicherung ausgebildet. Maathai etablierte in der Bewegung auch den Einsatz für die Stärkung der Frauen in der Gesellschaft, Ökotourismus und wirtschaftliche Entwicklung. Frauen, die nicht nur den Wald, sondern auch ihre politische Stimme wiedergewinnen. Sie läuten das Ende der Diktatur ein. Für ihre Arbeit in der Grüngürtel-Bewegung wurde sie 2004 mit dem Friedensnobelpreis ausgezeichnet. Preise: U.a. 2008 Project Change Film Festival: Publikumspreis 2008 Asheville Film Festival: Bester Dokumentarfilm 2008 Maui Film Festival: Green Cinema Award 2008 Festival de Cine Vermont: Story telling 2008 RIDM Montreal: Publikumspreis 2008 Festival de Cine Nashville: Bester Film, beste weibliche Regisseurin 2008 Full Frame Documentary Festival: Women Leadership Award 2008 Durban International Film Festival: Amnesty International Human Right Award

5. Spirit of Giving 2014 Recap

  • Published: 2014-12-12T16:10:34+00:00
  • Duration: 359
Spirit of Giving 2014 Recap

Anchored by the throngs of student volunteers from Marymount Academy International, the English Montreal School Board, along with CTV Montreal, once again completed a successful Spirit of Giving Campaign. A total of 44 schools and centres participated in this year’s campaign, collecting non-perishable goods, toiletries and toys for nine different charities: Share The Warmth, West Island Assistance Fund, Renaissance Montreal, Multicaf, Parc Extension Share Store, Le Bon Dieu Dans La Rue, Batshaw Youth and Family Services, La Mosaique and the N.D.G. Food Depot. In all, the combined efforts of the EMSB, its schools and facilities generated a record 1,100 boxes of non-perishable food, and over 40,000 toys and miscellaneous items. These boxes were then transported by the Canadian Grenadier Guards to Marymount Academy International where their students volunteered to sort and categorize the donations. The following schools and centres participated in the 2014 Spirit of Giving campaign: James Lyng High School in St. Henri; Rosemount High School, Rosemount Tech Centre and Vincent Massey Collegiate in Rosemount; St. Dorothy in St. Michel; Dalkeith Elementary in Anjou; Edward Murphy School in Hochelaga-Maisonneuve; Cedarcrest, Gardenview and Parkdale Elementary Schools, LaurenHill Academy and St. Laurent Adult Centre in St. Laurent; St. Monica and Willingdon Elementary Schools, Royal Vale School and Marymount Academy and Shadd Business Centre in N.D.G.; Coronation Elementary School in Cote-des-Neiges; Dunrae Gardens and Carlyle Elementary School in the Town of Mont-Royal; Roslyn Elementary in Westmount; Edinburgh and Elizabeth Ballantyne in Montreal West; Hampstead Elementary; Sinclair Laird in Park Extension; East Hill and Michelangelo Elementary Schools in Riviere-des-Prairies; Merton Elementary School in Côte St. Luc; St. Pius Adult Centre, John Caboto Academy and Our Lady of Pompei in Ahuntsic; Galileo Adult Centre, Gerald McShane Elementary School and Lester B. Pearson High School in Montreal North; Dante, Leonardo Da Vinci Centre, Honoré Mercier, Pierre de Coubertin, Pierre Elliott Trudeau and General Vanier Elementary Schools as well as John Paul I and Laurier Macdonald High Schools in St. Léonard. “Our students and staff, led by Dave Mills and Linda de Luca deserve all the credit,” said Elizabeth Lagodich, Principal of Marymount Academy International. “The experience was lots of fun and it helped reinforce the community values that we instill in our students every single day. Despite the challenge of sorting through and re-packing 1,100 boxes, everyone at Marymount Academy International was thrilled to participate and be involved. We look forward to next year!” During the campaign, CTV also featured eight different school-organized activities in addition to the live finale from Marymount Academy International. To view these broadcasts, please follow this link:

6. Arts Are Alive @ EMSB

  • Published: 2014-01-30T15:12:01+00:00
  • Duration: 479
Arts Are Alive @ EMSB

While James Lyng High School in St. Henri and St. Gabriel Elementary School in Pointe St. Charles have greatly enhanced their arts programs, there is plenty of activity taking place across the English Montreal School Board (EMSB). At a press conference held at James Lyng on January 24, the Arts are Alive @EMSB showcase featured the presence of the Urban Xpression Mural (the YMCA Urban-Arts after school program at James Lyng), En Masse (a mural prepared in conjunction with Sinclair Laird Elementary School in Park Extension and LaurenHill Academy students from St. Laurent), Art Union (a large scale collage mural with Laurier Macdonald High School students), Laurier Macdonald High School (Advanced Visual Arts/Multimedia/Photography/Visual Art), BASE Daycare (sculpting), St. Gabriel Elementary School (new arts projects and music), Vincent Massey Collegiate in Rosemount (unveiling of new EMSB promotional poster), Speak Up EMSB (spoken word poetry with students from Marymount Academy in NDG, James Lyng High School and Laurier Macdonald High School), the award winning Royal Vale High School in NDG Glee Club, the Coronation Elementary School in Côte des Neiges Steel Pan Band and Concordia Art Education Student Teachers from a select few elementary schools (Cedarcrest and Gardenview in St. Laurent, Merton in Côte Saint-Luc, Nesbitt in Rosemount and St. Gabriel).

7. The seed of man (2012)

  • Published: 2014-08-10T14:20:22+00:00
  • Duration: 1658
  • By Andrea Oppo
The seed of man (2012)

to Anne Wiazemsky. The seed of man: it is the most experimental and distorted video mashup of the album, based on a free interpretation of a fragment of the film "Il seme dell'uomo" (1969) by Marco Ferreri. The video was created exaggerating the colours, and slowing the time. The sound was created using the original film's audio, on which are superimposed differents digital sources. The effect is like a psychedelic cartoon movie in low definition on a disturbed dramatic radio. The radio reveals a live connection with the physical sensations of a group of people in danger, which becomes a narration of resistence and aceptance, a dicotomic history of social relationships and eternal solitude. The cartoon narrates about Cino and Dora (Marco Margine and Anne Wiazemsky), a young couple in a catastrophic "end of humanity" situation. Emergency, panic, hopes, violence, were reported with a subjective perspective which at the end become a near-dead experience. The software used was Sony Vegas Pro 8. For the iridiscent content, this mashup video is conceived for exclusive use on mobile devices. Is more effective the individual listening on headphones. September Sources: VIDEO: Il seme dell'uomo (1969), by Marco Ferreri (distorted and slowed fragment from 1:19.18 to 1:31:40); AUDIO: ...---... by Tae Ateh audio content:: original audio from "Il seme dell'uomo" (fragments from 1:15:54 to 1:41:00, and from 0:00 to 02:24) with italian dialogues; Seven Haiku - John Cage; Für Alina - Arvo Pärt; Itaca - Lucio Dalla; Papa c'est quoi un PD (french tv sketch); Dash (french tv ad); Montresta Sardegna Itilo Grecia Cargese Corsica sono Nostos (Sardinian folk song from YouTube); Murdering Hoods - Green Buddah; Noam Chomsky - Language's Great Mysteries (from YouTube) ; G8 il video inedito dell'irruzione alla Diaz (from YouTube); unknown song from Sri Krishna Lila; TANG 1983 (french tv ad); a song called Nostalgia; G8 Genova - Testimonianze Bolzaneto. scuola Diaz (from YouTube); audio from tv show Plain Jane; Triumphant - Royksopp; a song called Pure tribal; Merton Video #5 _ Street Piano (8.10.10) (from YouTube); Merton Video #8 _ A Night on ChatRoulette (from YouTube); a song called Shakti; Giochi Preziosi (italian tv ad); Asbestus - Crawl Max; Crystalball (italian tv ad); untitled audio from a YouTube video; Winx Unicornio (spanish tv ad); Plasmon (italian tv ad); Passed Out - White Apple Tree; G8 Genova scuola Diaz scene del blitz - G8 Genoa Diaz school (from YouTube) ; Dove c'è un bambino Chicco (italian tv ad); Non Je Ne Regrette Rien - Edith Piaf; G8 il video inedito dell'irruzione alla Diaz (from YouTube); Merton Video #7 _ Montreal (from YouTube); READ_WRITE REALITY (video from YouTube); Reclaim - Crawl Max; The Unfiled - Undress Bton; unknown french tv ad; Outlet - Venetian Snares; untitled private track; Baby, don't call me - Toecutter. Any copyright laws aren't observed.

8. Montreal Festimania (collaboration with Quebec Government)

Montreal Festimania (collaboration with Quebec Government)

In order to attract visitors and create an international buzz for Montreal as a festival city, Chatroulette sensation Merton was called in to help. Leveraging his fan base, which was a demographic match for the target audience, the campaign unrolled in three phases: a viral aimed at his existing fans, official launch of interactive domes in key North American and European cities, culminating in influencers creating hype on social networks during the event.