Camille has spent the last fifteen years guiding the creative during development, production, and post-production of Mosaic’s world-class, award-winning screen content. Camille is also Founder and Executive Director of Girls in Film & Television (GIFT), a not-for-profit dedicated to addressing the need for gender parity and diverse representation on screen through hands-on learning and support. Camille is mixed blood Cree, Haudenosaunee, Métis, and French Canadian. She is also an alumnus of the National Screen Institute and Banff Centre for the Arts, Facilitator for the Whistler Film Festival Indigenous Filmmaker Fellowship, as well as Edmonton YWCA’s 2014 Woman of Distinction in Arts & Culture and one of Avenue Magazine’s Edmonton;s Top 40 under 40.
Co-Founder and COO
Eric Rebalkin has over 20 years of production experience beginning as a Sound Assistant on North of 60 and quickly working his way up in the industry to becoming one of Edmonton’s leading Producers of quality scripted and interactive content. Eric heads up all production and business affairs as well as innovation in financing, format, and distribution strategies at Mosaic. He has been instrumental in changing the face of formats, financing, and distribution strategies for low to mid budget productions. Eric has served on numerous boards including the Alberta Media Production Industries Association board as the VP North, Girls In Film & Television (GIFT) as Board Chair, and the Canadian Media Producers Association labour negotiations committee.