Concordia University is developing a digital strategy. This is just one of the transformational projects being under undertaken in 2017-18 as part of the Strategic Directions initiative to position Concordia as a next-generation university.
To engage faculty, staff and students in this process, we are bringing a diverse group of thought-leaders to the university as part of the Concordia President’s Speaker Series on Digital Futures. They will share their experience and insights to spark conversations and reflections as we work together to develop a shared vision for Concordia's digital future.
Award winning filmmaker and visual artist Félix Lajeunesse will share an overview of what led to the creation of Félix & Paul Studios. He will share some stories about some of their current and upcoming projects while sharing how these will be done with technological advancements.
About Félix Lajeunesse
Félix is a two-time Emmy Award winner filmmaker and visual artist based in Montreal. After extensive work as a director of films, commercials and immersive video installations, he co-founded Felix & Paul Studios - a cinematic virtual reality studio that combines industry-leading technological innovation with a unique, pioneering and in-depth approach to the new art of virtual reality storytelling.
Félix has directed original virtual reality experiences and series in a multitude of genres, including collaborations with former President Barack Obama, former President Bill Clinton, Lebron James, 20th Century Fox with Reese Witherspoon and Laura Dern, Cirque du Soleil, Universal Pictures and the Jurassic World franchise, Funny or Die with Jeff Goldblum, as well as NASA and Space X.
Félix has been featured in Conde Nast’s Daring 25 List curated by Vanity Fair, 30 Execs to Watch by Variety, and AdAge’s Creativity at 50 list.
He earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts in film production from Concordia University.