The Interview

The Interview

| 2 min

In The Interview, racial stereotypes and prejudices deprive a highly qualified candidate of a fair interview – and may prevent an employer from hiring the best person for the job.

This film is part of the Work For All series, produced by the National Film Board of Canada, with the participation of Human Resources and Skills Development Canada.

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  • réalisateur
    Claire Blanchet
  • None
    Claire Blanchet
    Marie-France Côté
    Aisling Chin-Yee
    Jean Paul Vialard
    David Verrall
  • idée originale
    Jean-Hervé Désiré
  • scénario original
    Jean-Hervé Désiré
  • écriture
    Tetchena Bellange
  • chef scénariste
    Cynthia Knight
  • producteur
    Kat Baulu
  • producteur exécutif
    Ravida Din
  • conception sonore
    Sam Vipond
  • montage sonore
    Don Ayer
  • voix
    Didier Lucien
    Yves Corbeil
  • direction du casting
    Melisa Forero
  • direction voix
    Thor Bishopric
    Natalie Roy Hamel
  • monteur en ligne
    Denis Pilon
  • enregistrement voix
    Geoffrey Mitchell
  • coordonnateur de production
    Camila Blos
    Christine Williams
    Stefanie Brantner
  • administrateur de programme
    Stephanie Brown
  • projets spéciaus, mise en marché
    Susan Nosov
  • agent, marketing
    Sophie Thouin
  • agent de publicité
    Pat Dillon
    Marie-Claude Lamoureux
  • responsable des médias sociaux
    Matthieu Stréliski
  • superviseur technique
    Steve Hallé
    Brigitte Sénéchal
  • superviseur montage numérique
    Danielle Raymond
  • technicien montage numérique
    Pierre Dupont
    Isabelle Painchaud
    Martine Forget
  • technicien en imagerie numérique
    Randall Finnerty
    Susan Gourley
  • superviseur du studio
    Christian Kroitor
  • consultant SANDDE
    Paul Kroitor
    Greg Labute
  • stagiaire, producteur associé
    Shiraz Janjua

  • Jason

    Just because people have a certain skin color or are from a certain reigious background or culture doesn't mean that they are not qualified. Sure some people don\'t want to hire someone covered in tattoos but its not whats on the outside that counts. Just because some people from the same background are a certain way does not mean that thay all are.

    Jason, 26 Jan 2011
  • Jessika

    This is a very important subject to talk about. People get discriminated because of their race, beliefs ect all the time. Though the ending of the video surprised me, it still gave an excellent representation of how most interviews go.

    Jessika, 26 Jan 2011
  • Gabe

    This is a very real issue. There are many sad cases of foreign individuals hoping to find a new life in Canada, or other popular countries, but being denied simply because of how they look or where they're from. I enjoyed the way you presented this issue, thank you for sharing :)

    Gabe, 26 Jan 2011
  • Brandon

    People should not base people off of where people come from or what race they are. We need to look into what people do and how they act no matter where they are from. People are sometimes a lot different on the inside than they are on the outside.

    Brandon, 26 Jan 2011
  • Stephen--Roy

    A person shouldn't be judged by where they came from, but rather what they have done. I mean that's the whole purpose to hire employee's right? People are hired for their abilities in a specific area of work, in order to use those skills to benefit the company. This situation doesn't only apply to the work place but in any situation of trust.

    Stephen--Roy, 26 Jan 2011
  • Shinobi

    You took a lot of care to choose your colour's so consistently used too. Visually it looks fabulous! But to be honest, I don't really buy the happy ending though.

    Shinobi, 16 Jui 2010
  • jnordstrom

    Is anybody else having trouble playing the high quality version of the film?

    jnordstrom, 4 Jui 2010
  • undersolo

    Thank you for telling the truth with this piece.

    undersolo, 3 Jui 2010