Robert Lang

Robert Lang is the founder / president of Kensington and an internationally recognized documentary Producer/Creator with over 30 years of production experience. In recent years, he helmed The Equalizer and Champions vs Legends, two one-hour programs for CBC Nature of Things, ZDF, ORF and Arte, Risk Factor (TVO, Knowledge BC, Canal D), 3 seasons of the hit CSA-winning, Museum Secrets (History, UKTV, BBC WW, Smithsonian), the 5-part Shameless Idealists (CTV), the 20-part City Sonic transmedia film series (Toronto Int’l Film Festival) and the feature documentaries Raw Opium (TVO, ZDF Arte) and Gemini-winning Diamond Road (TVO, Discovery, ZDF Arte). His feature documentary, The Shadow of Gold (Arte France, SVT, TVO, Canal D), will be released early 2019. Currently he’s Producer of Nature’s Cleanup Crew for CBC Nature of Things.

72 Hours: True Crime (2003 – 2007) 72 Hours: True Crime (2003 – 2007) 45 EPISODES This riveting series uses a powerful blend of documentary and dramatic re-enactments to investigate true crime mysteries  from across Canada and the USA. The series premiered on CBC (in English) and Canal D (in French). It was broadcast on TLC in the US, Bold, CourtTV, […]

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Almost Home (2003)

In 1972, five young film students made a documentary about the Sayisi Dene, an indigenous band in Northern Manitoba that had been forcibly relocated from their ancestral home. 31 years later, three of the original students, now seasoned filmmakers, revisit the Sayisi Dene as they continue to struggle to put their tragic past behind them.

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The Sacred Balance (2002)

4 HOUR-LONG EPISODES Hosted by David Suzuki, this award-winning series presents a new inclusive vision of nature in which we human beings are intimately connected to all life processes on Earth. The Sacred Balance was based on a best-selling book by David Suzuki and Amanda McConnell and premiered on CBC, and aired on PBS Network (USA), Canal

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My Beat (2001)

This “rockumentary” is an intimate portrait of acclaimed Canadian singer/songwriter Bruce Cockburn, including live performances of many of his hit songs. My Beat: The Life and Times of Bruce Cockburn premiered on CBC. WATCH THE COMPLETE FILM ON YOUTUBE CREDITS Producer/Co-Writer ROBERT LANG Director/Co-Writer NADINE PEQUENEZA Editor MICHAEL FULLER DOP RICHARD STRINGER Produced by KENSINGTON

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River of Sand (1998)

Filmed in the West African nation of Mali, this film explores the ancient culture, popular music, and current struggles of Mali’s people through the eyes of acclaimed Canadian singer/songwriter Bruce Cockburn. Featured are performances by (and jams with) Grammy winner Ali Farka Touré and kora legend Toumani Diabaté. River of Sand premiered on Vision TV,

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Exhibit A (1997-2002)

65 EPISODES Exhibit A: Secrets of Forensic Science is a compelling, innovative true crime series focused on the role of forensic science in solving some of the most perplexing crimes of our time. Exhibit A was a groundbreaking concept when it premiered on Discovery Channel (Canada) and TLC (US) in the late 1990s – it

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Separate Lives (1996)

The remarkable story of conjoined twins from Pakistan and the pioneering operation that gave them a chance at a new life. WATCH NOW ON YOUTUBE Separate Lives premiered on Discovery (Canada) and was broadcast around the world to huge audiences on Discovery Channel and The Learning Channel (USA) among others. Aired as part of the popular

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A Place in the World (1995)

A portrait of Maison Emmanuel, where people with intellectual and physical disabilities find a community of acceptance, and the tools and freedom to reach their full potential. CLICK PLAY (ABOVE) TO WATCH THE ENTIRE DOCUMENTARY A Place in the World premiered on Vision TV, and was aired on SCN. REVIEWS “…virtually a must see.” –

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Biggest Little Ticket (1994)

A young girl is transported to an enchanted theatre in a musical fantasy starring some of the biggest names in children’s entertainment. Biggest Little Ticket premiered on CTV, and was broadcast on YTV and in many countries around the world. REVIEWS “…as good an hour of TV as you’ll see… the show will enthral young

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Mariposa Under a Stormy Sky (1991)

Mariposa: Under a Stormy Sky is a musical celebration of the spirit of the legendary Mariposa Folk Festival, and the folk music movement of the 1960s. CLICK PLAY (ABOVE) TO WATCH THE ENTIRE DOCUMENTARY The film was broadcast on CTV, TVO, the Discovery Channel (USA), and other networks. AWARDS Nominated for Best Director, Gemini Awards (1993)

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One Warm Line (1988)

This popular one-hour documentary is a celebration of the life and music of Canadian musical legend Stan Rogers, through lyrical interpretation of his music and interviews with Stan, his colleagues and family. One Warm Line premiered on CBC, and was broadcast by Bravo, Vision, and many other Canadian broadcasters. In 2014, by popular demand, an

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Public Service Media (1983 – 2019)

At Kensington we’re proud to have supported many social/environmental/humanitarian efforts by partnering with NGOs to produce public service announcements. For over 30 years, we’ve produced more than 50 PSAs for USC Canada, Seed Change Canada and Climate Action Network with on-camera luminaries Bruce Cockburn, Sarah Harmer and June Callwood. WATCH OUR PSA TRAILER Image by

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