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Une femme de tête

Une femme de tête

| 14 min

This film tells the moving story of one woman fighting for her rights and preserving her dignity. Made as part of the Work for All project in 2006, an NFB and HRSDC-Labour initiative to combat racism in the workplace. In French with English subtitles.

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Une femme de tête, Mohammed Belhaj, offert par l'Office national du film du Canada

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  • participation
    Osmani Hamid
    Khadija Benabdallah
  • écriture
    Mohammed Belhaj
  • réalisateur
    Mohammed Belhaj
  • directeur de la photographie
    Maarten Kroonenburg
  • preneur de son
    Juan Gutiérrez
  • None
    Christophe Flambard
    Hind Benchekroun
  • montage son
    Christophe Flambard
  • assistant de production
    Enrique Garcia
  • titres
    Gaspard Gaudreau
  • montage en ligne
    Sylvain Desbiens
    Denis Gathelier
  • traduction
    Kathleen Fleming
  • sous-titres
    Kathleen Fleming
  • agent, marketing
    Jenny Thibault
  • coordonnateur technique
    Jean-François Laprise
  • administrateur
    Hélène Regimbal
    Denise DesLauriers
  • équipe administrative
    Mirabelle Bélanger
    Lise Lévesque
  • producteur au développement
    Christian Medawar
  • producteur
    Patricia Bergeron
  • producteur exécutif
    Yves Bisaillon

  • JasonST

    Its crazy that fact that if someone is arab and they apply for job they don't get hired but if they change their name they do. Things need to change in these workplaces. People need to realise that we are not that different.

    JasonST, 17 Mar 2011
  • Stephen--Roy

    I agree with her on the fact that if you have values that you don't put into practice daily, you lose your ability to perform them fully over time. If you deny these well trained people a work environment where they can help their companies grow, as well as personally grow, all their training will be a waste.

    Stephen--Roy, 17 Mar 2011
  • Gabe

    It makes absolutely no sense as to why employers don't accept these people into their working environments. Honestly, the government needs to step in and fix this situation, or we at least need to find some other way of fixing it. We obviously have a shortage of working doctors, but many immigrants searching for work. I, personally, wouldn't mind having a foreign doctor, and I don't see why anyone should.

    Gabe, 17 Mar 2011
  • Brandon

    Everyone should have a chance for an interview especially if they have degrees and Ph.Ds. People need to stop separating everyone in groups because of where they are from or what colour skin they have.

    Brandon, 17 Mar 2011