Congrats to the 2016 Incubator winners!

Congratulations to our 2016 Winners

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Claire Blanchet (QC)Project: FawnClaire Blanchet is a graduate of Concordia University’s animation program. In 2013 she directed The End of Pinky and was recently art director and animation supervisor for Mystery of the Secret Room. She is currently assistant director for Ville Neuve, is creating illustrations for a novel, and developing her first game.

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Elise Trinh (QC)Project: The War in HimElise is a versatile writer who has worked for various media, including animated series and film, TV shows, and video games. She’s one of the coordinators of Pixelles Montreal’s Game Writing Group and is currently working as a writer/narrative designer while developing games on her own.

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Heather MacAulay (NL/NS) Project: Great Harbour Deep Heather MacAulay is a writer, producer, and director who splits her time between NS and NL. She has worked technical and editorial roles on productions for CTV, CBC, ABC, and BBC. During 15 years with CTV she produced/directed over 5000 hours of daily news programming.

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Monica Walsh (NL)Project: The Wrath of Mon Monica Walsh has been an active member of the St. John’s arts scene for over ten years, acting in theatre, film, and radio. She holds a BA in Drama from Memorial University and a diploma in Communications Media. She has made both docs and short films, and is artistic director and founder of Kanutu Theatre.

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Sophie Roch (NL) Project: Humanity’s Hunger: Game Over Mother of two beautiful girls, she is a communicator at heart who loves to work both on stage and backstage. Her favorite playground: Newfoundland.  Journalist, correspondent and researcher, she loves to talk about the Rock on national television at Couleurs locales on UNIS or on the radio of Radio-Canada at Ça se passe ici! Her latest project: researcher on the Newfoundland episode of the documentary series Chacun son île / The Island Diaries airing soon onTV5 Canada and BC's Knowledge Network.

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