Stéphane Rituit is a pioneer of creative storytelling. As an award-winning filmmaker, Stéphane has helped establish Felix & Paul Studios as a unique content producer that brings the stories of creators to life in previously unseen formats. In the early 2000s, Stéphane began cultivating his visionary approach as a producer at Isuma Igloolik Productions, the visual storytelling company behind the Inuit feature film Atanarjuat: The Fast Runner. Inspired by the founders of Isuma, Norman Cohn and Zacharias Kunuk, OC, and their dedication to each story, he has sought to advance projects in innovative ways, whether through ingenious financing strategies or the acquisition of new technologies. In the mid-2000s, his creative alliance with the duo formed by Félix Lajeunesse and Paul Raphaël brought him into the world of immersive storytelling. Together, Stéphane, Félix and Paul have shaken up the cinematographic codes by developing experimental formats for documentary and fiction (notably with Tungijuq, starring Tanya Tagaq). They also built bespoke technologies and tools, including a 3D stereoscopic camera, which adds impressive physical depth to their visuals. In 2013, they produced Strangers, the very first virtual reality cinematic experience, launching Felix & Paul Studios. Now, in an increasingly experiential world, the company continues to innovate by offering more immersive and emotionally engaging experiences, and redefine entertainment.