Humainologie is a social enterprise operated by the Calgary Centre for Global Community, a Canadian registered charity. We are a multi-media production house that works with clients seeking multi-media productions, primarily documentary short films, for dissemination to their audience. Our contracted productions are a potential fit for a variety of clients, from museums and art/film festivals to charitable organizations of all sizes.
- The profits from our work go back into our charity. All of the proceeds of the work we do goes directly back to the Calgary Centre for Global Community to ensure our sustainability and to enable us to continue to do and grow our important work. Working with us means your costs go to a good cause.
- We only produce content that supports our focus areas. We select projects that uphold who we are and what we want the world to look like. As a social enterprise available for hire producing works for others, all new project requests are considered in relation to how well they align with our charitable mission. Our films are about telling human stories, sharing experiences, enhancing understanding, creating empathy and connection, representing underrepresented voices, and diminishing the distance between self and other.
- We have experience developing content in a variety of languages. To date, we have worked on various film projects in English, French, Arabic, and Bengali.
- Our pricing is competitive. We are not set up as a business, but a social enterprise. Our profit margins and costs of operating as a not-for-profit are lower than a typical business. This enables us to price our work competitively.
- We use professional industry-standard film and recording equipment.
- We do good work. Just take a look at our awards.
- We are agile. We have shot multiple films in short time frames nationally and internationally.
- We are not a corporate film production company. We understand the nuances of working in the public sector and with other not-for-profits. We have experience working with committees and creating content to suit the specific mandates of a client. We get the nuts and bolts of collaboration. We also know when it’s our turn to run with the ball. We have experience working with Indigenous, racialized and queer communities, as well as people of nonconforming gender and of all abilities.
Check out the trailer for the seven films we produced for the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, currently on exhibit in Winnipeg, Canada.
Contact us to request a Prospectus or discuss your project and how we might be able to work together.