Nabil Mehchi

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  • Country:   Canada
  • Province/State:   Quebec
  • City:   MONTREAL
  • How do you Identify?:   Middle Eastern and LGBTQ
  • Experience Level:   Established
  • Field of Work:   Documentary
  • Union:   Non-Union
  • Interested In:   Developing my own Film/TV/Digital Material
  • Recent Credits:   Producer & Series Director - Interrupt This Program - Emmy and CSA nominated CBC documentary series -
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Nabil is one of the founding members of Noble Television. For the past 20 years, he has worked as a key creative on numerous Canadian (and internationally broadcast) TV series. He was the lead editor and post director of the award-winning doc series Licence to Drill and Jacked! (for Discovery Canada). He was also the lead editor and creative consultant of the Canadian Screen Awards nominated The Beat (City, Canal D, Current USA), a 20-part documentary series on the Vancouver police force that patrols the infamous Downtown Eastside. Before that, he helped create, edit and story edit a number of TV shows for the Debbie Travis Group, including From the Ground Up (Global TV) as well as the multi-award winning Debbie Travis’ Facelift (HGTV US & Canada).  He has to his credit over 100 hours of television.

In 2015 he started Noble Television with Frank Fiorito, a media creatives & production company dedicated to the development and creation of socially impactful content. Together, they created the CBC Arts documentary series Interrupt this Program (AKA Resilient Cities) which went on to win the CableFax award for Best International Series and was nominated for an International Emmy Award (for Best Arts Programming) as well as 6 Canadian Screen Awards (including Best Arts Documentary series, Best Direction, Best Photography and Best Picture Editing in a Documentary Program or Series). They are currently developing 2 new doc series as well as 2 feature docs which will be directed by up and coming Canadian directors.


Currently working on a couple of projects: developing an explainer doc series for CBC as well as editing an independent feature doc with a Palestinian filmmaker. Registering here to connect with other BIPOC creatives and TV industry artisans in the hops of building a larger network.