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CHRISTINE AUBÉ NAMED INTERIM PRODUCER AT NFB’S CANADIAN FRANCOPHONIE STUDIO – ACADIE Aubé replaces Jac Gautreau, Executive Producer of Ocean School, for a nine-month period, from January to October 2018.


December 11, 2017 – Moncton – National Film Board of Canada (NFB)

Dominic Desjardins, Executive Producer at the NFB’s Canadian Francophonie Studio – Acadie in Moncton, today announced the appointment of Christine Aubé as the studio’s Interim Producer. She replaces Jac Gautreau, who has been serving as Executive Producer of the Ocean School interactive project (NFB/Dalhousie University) since December 1. Gautreau will be reprising his role as Producer in October 2018. Ms. Aubé will start in her new position on January 4, 2018.

Christine Aubé has worked in television and film production for more than 15 years, previously holding positions in production management and coordination as well as in administration at the NFB’s Moncton studio (2005–2010). Since 2014, and until recently, she was head of original production for TV5 Quebec Canada’s Atlantic region. Before that she was operations manager at Radio-Canada British Columbia and Yukon (2011–2014) and a production manager and production supervisor at Radio-Canada Acadie (2010–2011). She has also freelanced for several production companies, as well as Radio-Canada, in various regions of the country, particularly Acadie. Ms. Aubé holds a diploma in television production from La Cité college in Ottawa.


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