Noemi Weis is an award winning Producer that has spent over 20-years telling stories on the big and small screens, from her worldwide advertising projects to her award winning documentaries. Noemi is a proud member of the Unesco, Team Canada’s Trade Missions and a Business Ambassador of Ontario, promoting the merits of Canadian production abroad. In this capacity, she participates in trade missions and has been honoured with the nomination of “Woman Entrepreneur of the Year” for three years in a row, the last one by Export Development Canada. In 2004. She was nominated as a finalist for “Woman Entrepreneur of the World,” as the sole Canadian nominee. “Director/Producer Noemi has built an exceptional documentary portfolio. Her tangible skills are guided by moral integrity and a keen sense of balance. Noemi is an articulate and sensitive filmmaker with purpose. Noemi is an accomplished and important Canadian filmmarker.” says Bruce Cowley- Creative Head CBC Network. “As both a Producer and a Director, Noemi is a thorough and competent professional that despite her many achievements remains a very modest individual.” says Paritosh Mehta – Director Independent Production, Rogers Media. Noemi Weis is a shining star of the Canadian film and broadcast industries, says Toronto journalist Ingrid Hamilton. “It is good to see that Canada is being promoted in such a vibrant, energetic and creative fashion through your extensive international conneccions. Canadian Production of this type is valuable in augmenting Canada’s presence on the world stage” Senator, Honorable Marie Poulin. Born in Buenos Aries and educated in Argentina and Canada, Noemi brings her skills and love for humanity to every project. She continues to create and develop films to promote human rights and social justice. She is fluent in English, French, Italian and Spanish.
Filmblanc is an international film production company created by Noemi Weis in 1998 with a clear mission of bringing the world together. Before globalization was a common term and long before emails were the way of communication, Noemi Weis envisioned an interconnected partnerships between producers from around the world in order to nurture and provide creative people the means to produce their dreams anywhere in the world. With much success, Filmblanc has created associations in 20 markets around the globe, bringing people together under one roof that at times encompasses travel to and from various different continents. In the ensuing years, Filmblanc has effectively worked in virtually all forms of production from commercials and corporate to service productions of all forms, then adding as a natural progression, the production of social justice and human rights films in 2004. Since then, Filmblanc is proud to have successfully brought forward the voices of the world’s most vulnerable and those in greatest need of an advocate by covering issues surrounding women and children’s rights, domestic violence, gay rights, education and violence, both in Canada and around the world. All of Filmblanc’s films have garnered and continue to generate international attention and awards, but more importantly, they have helped to make a lasting difference in the lives of individuals, communities, organizations and education. As a multiple award winning, entrepreneurial and visionary company with a pristine track record of excellence, Filmblanc continues to create and develop films to promote human rights and social justice.
- 2011 Desert Riders (Documentary) Executive Producer/Producer
- 2011 Teaching the Life of Music (Documentary) Producer/Writer
- 2009 Every Girl Wants a Skirt Like Frida’s (Short) Producer
- 2008 The Forgotten Woman (Documentary) Executive Producer/Producer
- 2006 Let’s Talk About It (Video documentary) Executive Producer/Producer
- 2004 Gloriously Free (TV Movie documentary) Executive Producer