Charles Officer’s filmmaking career began with a slate of award-winning short films that premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival and the Sundance Film Festival. His debut feature Nurse.Fighter.Boy premiered at TIFF ’08 and garnered 10 Genie Nominations. His feature documentary debut, Mighty Jerome, won four 2011 Leo Awards and a 2012 Emmy Award for Best Historical Documentary. In 2012 Officer directed Stone Thrower: The Chuck Ealey Story which aired on TSN for the CFL’s 100th Anniversary. His TV-documentary, The Skin We’re In, premiered on CBC in 2017 and he has recently completed directing a variety of episodic television, including Private Eyes and the Netflix Original Series 21 Thunder. His feature documentary Unarmed Verses premiered to major acclaim at Hot Docs 2017 and won the Best Canadian Feature Award. He is currently completing Invisible Essence: Le Petit Prince, a feature documentary about Saint-Exupéry’s inspirational novella, and is in development on a television limited-series adaptation of Mordecai Richler’s novel Son of a Smaller Hero and a feature Akilla’s Escape.