Guillaume de Fontenay
It is through a process of research and multidisciplinary creation that Guillaume de Fontenay pursues his work. A process launched through his work with Carbone 14, a very visual and formal theater, and then with his own theatre company, Ex-Voto. In parallel, Guillaume de Fontenay creates furniture and creates the set design for his own shows. He is a laureate of an award from the Montreal Design Institute in 2000. His exhibition design for Warhol Live touched a very broad audience. Produced by the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, in partnership with Pittsburgh's Andy Warhol Museum and the San Francisco Museum of Fine Arts. After a successful stint as an art director on the production side, Guillaume turned to directing commercials in 1997. Guillaume is currently developing his first feature film, Sympathy for the Devil, based on the two books of extreme war journalism Paul Marchand.