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November 15, 2021

Production Director: Being Black In Canada

The Fabienne Colas Foundation is searching for a Production Director for its’ Being Black In Canada (BBIC) program, the largest filmmaking training, mentorship, and creation program in Canada exclusively for emerging Black filmmakers.

Being Black In Canada (BBIC) program Participants are given technical training from industry professionals while they develop, shoot, and post-produce a short 10-minute documentary, receiving mentorship and the opportunity to build industry connections throughout the process. The participants then travel to FCF Black film festivals in Canada to premiere their documentaries. In 2022 BBIC will take place in Vancouver, Calgary, Ottawa, Toronto, Montreal, and Halifax.

The Fabienne Colas Foundation (FCF) is a non-profit arts organization. FCF’s mission is to advance arts education and to support the creation, production, promotion, and distribution of film, arts, and culture throughout Canada and abroad. The FCF organizes the Youth and Diversity program Being Black In Canada, as well as ten annual arts and cultural festivals: Montreal International Black Film Festival, Toronto Black Film Festival, Haiti en Folie Festival in Montreal & New York City, Fade to Black Festival in Montreal, Quebec Film Festival in Haiti, Halifax Black Film Festival, the Halifax Black Summer Festival, the Calgary Black Film Festival, and the Ottawa Black Film Festival. The FCF positions itself as a space for discussion of the major current artistic, cultural, social, and social-economic issues of our time.

Apply by November 15