Here are our most recent collaborations, events we attended, our media coverage and Instagram photos (@yandatainc).

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  • Natasha Kanapé Fontaine

    Video projection for Natasha Kanapé Fontaine show

    Natasha Kanapé Fontaine give us with the conception of video projections of her solo show Tshishikushkueu, d’après bleuets et abricots. From August 26 to September 7, 2019 at Théâtre La Chapelle.
  • Réseau Jeunesse des Premières Nations du Québec et du Labrador

    Video capture for Quebec First Nations Summit at Pikogan

    The Youth Network of the First Nations of Quebec and Labrador (APNQL) mandated us between September 16 to 18, 2019 to capture the 7th First Nations Youth Summit in Pikogan. It was an amazing three day adventure with tomorrow's leaders in Abitibi !
  • Yändata' sur ICI Radio-Canada

    Yändata’ portrait on Radio-Canada website

    Radio-Canada's Espaces autochtones by the journalist Gabrielle Paul has published an excellent portrait of Yndata in the indigenous news section of the ICI Radio-Canada french website. You can discover the genesis of the project, view our latest achievement for the Montreal First Peoples Festival 2019 and by the way thanks to our new collaborator Jean-François…
  • New creative mandate with 2019 Montréal First Peoples Festival

    Since the last week, we currently work on a new creative mandate for the 29th edition of the 29th edition of the Montréal First Peoples Festival. This is our second collaboration with the organization as new creative campaign.   Update : Click here to discover the fruit of our works.   The official press conference of…
  • Startup Nations 2019

    Editing and captures of the Startup Nations 2019 Event

    The FNQLEDC commissioned us last May 23th to 25th 2019, to capture and edited the entrepreneurial event Startup Nations 2019 which was held at Concordia University. On the menu, video captures of all three days and editing to summarize this project that allows young indigenous people from communities to discover entrepreneurship. Stay tuned the capsules…
  • Yändata Qui fait quoi

    Yändata’ in the Qui fait Quoi magazine

    Yändata' is proud to be in the new special issue about Indigenous audiovisual production of the Qui fait quoi magazine. The complete electronic release is already available on their site and the paper edition will be on sale by this summer.   Here's three links to the article preview written by Frédéric Bouchard (in french)…
  • Native_Montreal english logo

    New creative solution for Native Montreal

    Early March, the Native Montreal team commissioned Yändata' to design and produce a creative solution to promote the center's youth programming on their website and social networks. This new project will include videos, motion design objects and original sound and music elements.   You will discover in the coming weeks the final product while waiting…
  • TLAKENTLI Ondinnok

    Video design for Ondinnok’s Tlakentli play

    Ondinnok commissioned Yändata's team to design all of the video projections for Tlakentli play, which will be presented from March 14 th to 16th 2019, at Place des Arts in Montreal, Cinquième salle. An original creation of Leaticia Vera and Carlos Rivera Martinez, directed by Yves Sioui Durand. Check out the details of the piece…

    New mandate for the FNQLHSSC : animated logo, mix and subtitling

    Last September, the First Nations of Quebec and Labrador Health and Social Services Commission (FNQLHSSC) mandated us to finalize eighteen video capsules as part of their agreement with Avenir d’enfants for early childhood development. We produced the following steps in motion design, video and sound post-production : Creating an animated official logo (and sound design)…

  • RIAPA 2018

    Yändata’ at RIAPA event in Wendake

    On September 14, 15 and 16, 2018, we participated as a videographer at the RIAPA 2018 (Rassemblement internations d’art performance autochtone). On the menu, literary discussions, major performative performances, performances in Wendake and in Quebec City area. An event by Guy Sioui Durand as curator. A video and capsules will be launched soon. As now…