Formerly from the National Film Board of Canada, Pierre Hébert is now an independent artist. From 1962 until now, he directed nearly thirty films amongs which Op Hop (1966), Souvenirs de Memories of War, Songs and Dances of the Inanimate World - the Subway (1984), La lettre d'amour (1988), the $$ feature La Plante humaine (1996, SODEQ-AQCC award), Between Science and Garbage (2003, CALQ award) and Herqueville (2007). For more than twenty years, he traveled the world to present his live animation performances. He also collaborated with choreographers and writers. In 2004, he received the Quebec Gorvenment Award for Cinema (Albert-Tessier award) for life time achievment.
Prix Héritage Norman McLaren
Association internationale du cinéma d'animation - Canada
Prix de carrière
Tehran International Animation Festival