Vincent Morisset was born in Montreal. Director, producer, inventor, he is a pioneer in interactive films. Vincent has been collaborating artistically with Arcade Fire for the past decade. The video Neon Bible is considered as the first interactive music video. He also created motion controlled short films for the songs Reflektor and Sprawl II. Vincent directed two feature documentaries, MIROIR NOIR and INNI. With the support of the NFB, he created BLA BLA and Way to Go. His work has been showcased in Wired, Creative Review, Libération and The Guardian, among others, and at the Museum of the Moving Image, MOMA, Gaité Lyrique, MoA and MIS. He won an Emmy, many Webbys and SWSX Awards. Vincent is the founder of the studio AATOAA. He is also the instigator of the Digital Storytelling Manifesto.