About Us

H264 Distribution is a non-profit organization whose mission is to distribute, represent and promote audacious works of cinema. Our organization is committed to supporting independent cinema by create connections between audiences and filmmakers throughout the organization of events, multidisciplinary partnerships and new digital initiatives.

H264 wishes also to move position itself as a leader in the digital entertainment industry through the elaboration of multiple initiatives. Namely, H264 participated in the creation of Plein(s) Écran(s) | Full Screen, the very first Facebook Film Festival in the world. The third edition of that festival took place from December 5th to December 15th 2018.

We believe in a free, bold and intelligent cinema. In films that innovate, frame by frame. In works that cross borders and bring people together.

We believe that distribution should be at the service and at the image of that cinema.

We are H264

Our Team


Jean-Christophe J. Lamontagne


In 2012, just after graduating in Cinema at the University of Quebec in Montreal, Jean-Christophe received the honourable mention for Best Documentary Hope from the National Film Board of Canada and the René Malo Chair. His most recent film The Apparatus of Destruction won the NFB Award at the 12th edition of the Prends ça court Awards and screened in dozens of festivals.

Jean-Christophe is also passionate about promoting our films and has founded the distribution company H264 Distribution. His goal: support short films by forging strong relationships between audiences and filmmakers. He is also the co-founder and general manager of the Plein(s) Écran(s) Film Festival, the very first festival of its kind in the world.

Jason Todd


After getting a certificate in screenwriting at the University of Quebec in Montreal and a bachelor’s degree in filmmaking at the University of Montreal, Jason joined H264’s ranks in 2018.

Aside from getting involved in H264 Distribution, Jason is also a part-time film lab technician at MELS as well as being the owner of Fjord Films, a production company that allows him to produce fiction and documentary short films.

His last, White Noise (2016) has been selected in over 15 festivals around the world and his next, They’re Nameless (2019), is scheduled to be shot in Spring 2019.