Making It

Making It

| 10 min

This short documentary is an inspiring portrait of Black youth who have made their ambitious dreams come true through willpower. Made as part of the Work For All project 2006, an NFB and HRSDC-Labour initiative to combat racism in the workplace.

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Making It , Sobaz Benjamin, offert par l'Office national du film du Canada

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  • participation
    Carl James
    David Findlay
    Michele Jordan
    Christene Browne
    Sharon McMillan
    Larry Sparks
    Sunset Roach
    Permell Ashby
  • écriture
    Sobaz Benjamin
  • réalisateur
    Sobaz Benjamin
  • directeur de la photographie
    Ali Reggab
  • preneur de son
    Chris Miller
  • None
    Sobaz Benjamin
    Prem Sooriyakumar
    Roslyn Power
    Karen Cho
  • montage son
    Prem Sooriyakumar
  • recherchiste
    Carl James
  • titres
    Gaspard Gaudreau
  • montage en ligne
    Denis Pilon
  • agent, marketing
    Jenny Thibault
  • coordonnateur technique
    Jean-François Laprise
  • administrateur
    Hélène Regimbal
    Denise DesLauriers
  • équipe administrative
    Mirabelle Bélanger
    Miya Kondo
    Lise Lévesque
  • producteur
    Patricia Bergeron
  • producteur exécutif
    Ravida Din
    Yves Bisaillon

  • JasonST

    i think its unfair how other races have to work a lot harder then white people only to get about half as far. Things shouldn't be different for different races. If someone of color wants to get a certain job then he or she should get the job if they have the proper requirements just the same as everyone else.

    JasonST, 9 Mar 2011
  • Stephen--Roy

    I think it's unfair to be judged on something you have no control over. It's sad that we still aren't past the point of deciding who people are based on only skin color. I personally feel that a person should always be judged on what they do rather than who they are, hopefully one day we'll learn our lesson, otherwise I don't see how we'll turn into anything but a nation of hate.

    Stephen--Roy, 9 Mar 2011
  • Gabe

    Appearances can be deceiving. I'll be the first to admit, when I see a young black male I normally feel intimidated. This must be the same way most employers feel when one comes looking for work. However, this is wrong, people need to be given a chance. But, a person must remember that appearances are nearly everything when applying for a job. Very insightful video.

    Gabe, 9 Mar 2011
  • Brandon

    People of different races should not have to work a lot more harder than another other person just to prove they able to stay and work there. I do not think this is much of a problem in as many workplaces now.

    Brandon, 9 Mar 2011