ABOUT US

35 years of award-winning content

Kensington Communications creates and produces exceptional, award-winning documentaries, television series and interactive media. From high-profile television events to moving personal stories, from ground-breaking science to the performing arts, our diverse productions share a commitment to imagination, intelligence and passion.

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Founded in 1980 by president Robert Lang in Kensington Market, Toronto, Kensington Communications Inc. has created over 250 productions.  We have earned a reputation for creating and producing high quality award-winning television and cross-platform media for international markets. Our productions cover the spectrum from blue chip documentaries to popular factual series to ground-breaking interactive media and mobile apps.

Robert Lang in the field

Recent film productions include the feature and 2-part documentary The Shadow Of Gold, one-hour documentaries Champions vs. Legends, Risk Factor, The Equalizer, and three seasons of the international hit TV series Museum Secrets, filmed at  great museums of the world and broadcast in 70 countries. Recent interactive projects include two innovative mobile apps: Risk Navigator and Scopify.

To find out more… visit our Projects Page.

OUR PEOPLE

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ROBERT LANG

President / Executive Producer / Producer / Director

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Vikas Nayak

Post Production Coordinator

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Frances Nyarko-Mensah

Office Manager, Business Affairs

Allen Booth

Writer / Web Developer / Creative Producer

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Lois Dou

Accounting

WHERE TO FIND OUR WORK

ON TV

In Canada… on CBC-TV, CTV Network, TVOntario, Discovery Channel, History TV, Vision TV, APTN, Canal D, Knowledge Network. In Europe and the UK… BBC, UKTV, Channel 4, Granada, ZDF ARD, ORF, SVT, NRK, DR and ARTE. In the USA… Smithsonian Channel, NBC TV, PBS Network, The Learning Channel, Discovery Times and the Discovery Channel.

ON THE WEB

To explore the issues raised in our one-hour documentary Risk Factor, we invite you to visit riskfactor.ca. If you’ve seen our hit TV series Museum Secrets we think you’ll enjoy museumsecrets.tv. And if you’d like to take the Wayback Machine to Web 1.0… visit the interactive site we did back in 1998 that allowed Bruce Cockburn to answer questions via satellite phone from Mali. It’s still archived here.

ON MOBIILE

If you’d like to make more informed decisions about the risks in your life we invite you to download Risk Navigator. And if you visit the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, we suggest you explore the galleries with the aid of the Scopify app on iOS or Android – it gives you many new ways to see.