Originally from Rouyn-Noranda, Simon Plouffe lives and work in Montreal since 1998. He obtained a screen writing certificate at the University of Quebec in Montreal and a BFA in Film production at Concordia University. His work experiences as a sound mixer led him to explore the world of sound and its various usages, either in terms of creating or designing soundtracks. In 2007, he debuted at directing with short fiction film A Taste of Feathers. His last documentary Others' Gold (2011) has been awarded in three international film festivals. A Merit Award for Advocacy, Montana CINE International Film Festival 2011, an honorable mention for Excellent Storytelling at the Wildlife International Film Festival 2012, a Silver Lei Award at the Honolulu Film Awards, Hawaï 2012 and a nomination for Best society documentary at Prix Gémeaux in 2013. He is currently producing Those That Will Come Will Hear (working title: The Erosion of Languages), reveals the cultural and human importance of these millennial oral traditions and fosters a collective reflection on the consequences of their disappearance.