Back in 2002, for our TV documentary series on CBC, The Sacred Balance, we teamed up with environmentalist David Suzuki to travel to 5 continents and learn about our human need for harmony in nature on planet earth. Now, we have excerpts!
This spring has been big for Canadian Singer-Songwriter, Serena Ryder. At the Juno Awards this year, Serena Ryder’s album Harmony won the Adult Alternative Album of the Year, and her first single “Stompa” is dominating in music media.
To honor the 30th anniversary since the death of an iconic Canadian folk musician, we have several excerpts for you from our 1-hour documentary about Stan Rogers, One Warm Line. Stan’s songs are quintessentially Canadian… Watch these clips to hear and see why.
Thirty years ago on June 2, 1983 one of Canada’s most important musicians died. Folk star Stan Rogers was killed at the age of 33 in a fire aboard an Air Canada flight when travelling between Dallas and Toronto. In all 23 passengers were killed on that sad day.
Documentary filmmakers have a unique chance to work on in-depth research about complex subject matter. Here at Kensington we have produced many documentaries about social issues and we’ve learned a lot about different perspectives on the issues and how to connect with audiences.
Museum Secrets Season 3 just finished its successful premiere broadcast on HISTORY (Canada) with 8 new episodes, making the total number of episodes 22. This season, we were really pleased with the great audience reactions and feedback we got to the TV show.
Catch the Season 3 Premiere of our hit TV series, Museum Secrets this week! The show broadcasts on HISTORY® (Canada) at 9 PM on Thursday, March 14th.