Patrick Boivin has a Starscore of 305,539 and is No.10665 today on the Global social media chart
With a total of 229,457,535 YouTube views. Today Patrick Boivin gained 39,292 YouTube views. His social media ranking has moved down 50 places in the daily Canada Chart to no.175 and remains at no.38 in the all time Canada Chart.
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Patrick Boivin (born 1975) is a film-maker from Montreal, Quebec, Canada. In addition to directing, he is often involved in the lighting, editing, animation, special effects and even music in his films. His short film Ça pis tout l’reste (That, and everything else) was chosen by Quebec Gold as one of the top 10 short films from Quebec in 2008. Boivin was one of the group of nine autodidact writers who produced an experimental television series Phylactere Cola for Canadian television that aired in 2002-2003. All were cartoonists who had met years earlier and produced over 400 sketches. His films have been featured at numerous international film festivals around the world, including the Montreal World Film Festival, the Commonwealth Film Festival (UK), and the Festival de Namur (Belgium). Boivin started his creative career by drawing comic books, and, in his words, “quickly discovered that it was faster to tell a story with video. He cites Tom Waits, Roy Andersson, Federico Fellini, and Paul Thomas Anderson as influences on his style. Many of his films have been viewed more than a million times on YouTube. He created the stop motion videos for the King Of The Dogs song from Iggy Pop and Play boy from Indochine. He also created viral clips such as Iron Baby, Iron Man vs Bruce Lee and Dragon Baby. In 2011, Patrick Boivin developed his first video game for iOS entitled Crottey Bunny's Scratch N' Dance under the name Monsieur Monsieur Boivin, a company he started with his brother.