YOUR OPPORTUNITY :
Using a variety of approaches, forms and formats, we produce auteur documentaries that address pressing issues that are relevant to Canadian society and, more specifically, Quebec society.
career and experienced filmmakers, you’ll be co-producing projects with established production companies, exploring issues that matter to Canadians, connecting with a diverse set of communities in Quebec, and advancing and strengthening Indigenous creators and media in Canada.
SOME DETAILS :
and been showcased at premiere international festivals, including TIFF, Sundance, Tribeca, Hot Docs, VIFF, IDFA, Berlin, Annecy and Cannes.
ABOUT YOU :
You’re recognized in the field for your creative producer expertise skills and strengths such as aesthetic sensibility, capacity for critical thinking, creativity, good judgment, and leadership.
Your CV speaks to the breadth of the documentary projects you’ve overseen as a producer. You know how to analyze a project at the proposal stage and assess its artistic and social merit, its scope and cost, and its audience potential.
You have strong knowledge of what it takes to guide a project, from conception through to production and completion.
You have excellent cross-cultural skills and the ability to foster strong relationships with diverse partners, communities and creators.
You know what the key issues are in Quebec and Canadian society and have demonstrable skills in connecting with a broad range of communities and creators.
You have first-hand knowledge of and experience with Indigenous arts today as well as issues and questions of concern to Indigenous artists in Canada and Quebec.
You have strong organizational skills, including proficiency with all standard digital office tools, and well-developed work practices.
You are responsible, accountable, and able to work largely in a self-directed manner. You have excellent communications skills and a demonstrated ability to work well in teams.
You have a post-secondary degree or equivalent, matched with ten (10) years of relevant experience in the production industry and a solid portfolio of projects to show for it.
esumé, to rh-hr nfb.ca, BY MARCH 24, 2019, citing competition number CM-00021254. The NFB is committed to building a skilled, diverse workforce that’s reflective of Canadian society.
It promotes initiatives such as employment equity and encourages candidates to voluntarily indicate in their cover letter if they are a woman, an Indigenous person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible-minority group.