PROGRAMME DE L'EDITION 2019

Emmanuel Forsans at 2 pm

Presenting the AFJV

President of the French association for video games. It is a huge supporter of the video game industry in France, in all these forms. Whether it is information about the latest triple A’s, or the rise of indie studios, Emmanuel Forsans actively participates in the promotion and sustainability of this industry

David ELAHEE at 3 pm

Studio Headbang Club – Double Kick Heroes

Emeritus game developer, editor, designer, and game dev expert. He worked at Mad Monkey Studio for Ubisoft, THQ, Activision and many others then joined the Motion Twin cooperative. Creator of the Headbang Club studio; and the Double Kick Heroes game.

Mr PLOUF & Jonas MARY at 4 pm

TeepeeStream – Youtuber Video Game Critic & Project Manager

Monsieur Plouf alias Mathieu Lanz, produces a series of video game reviews on YouTube entitled “The Chronicles of Monsieur Plouf”. After spending time in the world of video games, he started this series to choose his own games and give his reviews as honestly as possible.

Jérôme DUPIRE at 5 pm

CapGame Conference – Making your games accessible – Issues and recommendations

Jérôme Dupire is a research professor at the National Conservatory of Arts and Crafts (CNAM), in Paris. His research focuses on human-machine interfaces and interactions and is centered around two major axes: video games and digital accessibility. He is one of the founders and current president of the CapGame association, which carries out many actions in favor of accessibility and greater inclusion of disabled gamers in today’s world of video games.

 

Lionel PREVOT at 6 pm

CNC / FAJV device and advice to developers

Since 2014, Lionel Prévot has been in charge of managing video game aids within the CNC, in particular the video game assistance fund and the tax credit for video game creation. He also participates as a CNC member of the IFCIC committee for the Participatory Advance Fund.

Aurélien MONTERO at 7 pm

Composer – Sound Designer for video games

Paris-based composer and sound engineer Aurélien Montero is working on several ambitious projects including Propaganda, Huge Bang Bang, a VR project and several secret projects! He also maintains a youtube channel on the world of audio in video games and film.

Aurélien MONTERO à 12am

Compositeur – Sound Designer pour le jeu vidéo

Compositeur et ingénieur du son basé à Paris, Aurélien Montero travaille sur plusieurs projets ambitieux dont Propaganda, Huge Bang Bang, un projet de VR et plusieurs projets secrets ! Il entretient aussi une chaîne sur youtube sur le monde de l’audio dans les jeux vidéo et le cinéma.

Emmanuel FORSANS at 1 pm

AFJV

What you want to do later ? Work in video games!

Discover the different jobs in video games.

 

Mr PLOUF & Jonas MARY at 2 pm

TeepeeStream – Youtuber Video Game Critic & Project Manager

Monsieur Plouf alias Mathieu Lanz, produces a series of video game reviews on youtube entitled “The Chronicles of Monsieur Plouf”. After spending time in the JV world, he started this series to choose his own games and give his opinions as honestly as possible.

Daniel Ichbiah at 3 pm

Facebook conference

Daniel Ichbiah is a writer and journalist. He has had several bestsellers including two No. 1: “The 4 Lives of Steve Jobs” (2011) and “The Songs of the Rolling Stones” (2014). Since 2010, he has been editor-in-chief of Comment ça marche2 and the quarterly edition Tout le savoir. He was also editor-in-chief of the VSD video game special in 1998.

 

Jérôme DUPIRE at 4 pm

CapGame Conference – Accessibility of video games, live a unique gaming experience – Green Amphitheater

Jérôme Dupire is a research professor at the National Conservatory of Arts and Crafts (CNAM), in Paris. His research focuses on human-machine interfaces and interactions and is centered around two major axes: video games and digital accessibility. He is one of the founders and current president of the CapGame association, which carries out many actions in favor of accessibility and greater inclusion of disabled gamers in today’s world of video games.

Patrick Hellio at 4 pm

Conference – Blue Amphitheater

Specialized journalist, a great fan of retro-style pop culture. A great defender of the 80s, Patrick Hellio talks about video games that have inspired us throughout the history of video games. In the weekly Silence On Joue podcast or in the columns of Gamekult, he compares them with those of today and tomorrow. He also writes books on the subject such as the 80s Video Game Generation with the JV Le Mag team or L’Histoire du Point’n click at Pix’n Love.

Daniel Ichbiah at 5 pm

Video Game Saga Conference

Daniel Ichbiah is a writer and journalist. He has had several bestsellers including two No. 1: “The 4 Lives of Steve Jobs” (2011) and “The Songs of the Rolling Stones” (2014). Since 2010, he has been editor-in-chief of Comment ça marche2 and the quarterly edition Tout le savoir. He was also editor-in-chief of the VSD video game special in 1998.