Radio & Television

Joli-Coeur receives new mandate atop NFB

GATINEAU - Claude Joli-Coeur will remain government film commissioner of the National Film Board (NFB) for another three years.Joli-Coeur first joined the NFB in 2003 and was assistant commissioner from 2007 to 2014, responsible for government relations, strategic planning, business relations and legal services. He also served as acting commissioner in 2007 and 2014 before being appointed as government film commissioner in November 2014 for a five year term.During his current mandate, the NFB achieved its gender parity goals and has continued to produce award-winning and creative audiovisual works that “brilliantly” represent Canada’s communities, reads the announcement. With his guidance, the NFB...

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