Bruce Cockburn People’s Voice Award Bruce Cockburn People’s Voice Award – Bruce Cockburn is a multi-platinum Canadian recording artist, whose 4-decade long career in music has shed light on social, indigenous and environmental issues around the world. Kensington has produced 3 one-hour documentaries and over 30 public service announcements over the years with Bruce. For […]
One man’s journey to understand his personal risk factors, and the societal risks we all share. Risk Factor was produced in association with TVO, Canal D and Knowledge BC in collaboration with the TELUS Fund. It premiered on TVO August 2017 and is being distributed internationally under the title The Truth About Risk by TVF
What Happened to the Sayisi Dene People? In 1956, a tragic ordeal nearly destroyed an entire community, and left many deceased and more lives in turmoil. The Sayisi Dene people of Tadoule Lake, in northern Manitoba, were forcibly uprooted from their homes and way of life by the federal government. They were relocated to numerous remote
The Equalizer Challenges Summer Olympics 2016 Athletes on CBC The starting pistol has fired and the summer olympics 2016 have begun! Full of hundreds of events, thousands of athletes, all performing before approximately 6 million inhabitants of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – prepare for the trials and tribulations that are the Olympic Games 2016. Our award-winning
Award Winning ‘The Equalizer” Documentary is Re-airing on CBC for the Olympics 2016 Preparing for Olympics 2016 with “The Equalizer” The Equalizer Sports Documentary series has been a huge success! So it seems fitting that we pass the baton onto the CBC network before and during the Olympics 2016. They will be re-airing the full feature a
5 May 2016: Last week, Sarah Hammer’s cycling coach and husband Andy Sparks sent us an update: I am happy to report that our team won the first-ever team pursuit at our world championships in March. The sad news is that we had to beat Canada in the process…. This is the first-ever win in
Peter Feeney is a shoemaker who was asked to recreate the track and field shoes that 1936 Olympic Champion, Jesse Owens, would have worn in competition. The twist? A modern champ – Andre De Grasse – will race in the sprint shoes to see if he can beat Owens’ former world record in The Equalizer (trailer).
Steve Haake, director of the Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre at Sheffield Hallam University, is a professor known for his expertise in sports engineering and research. In our upcoming documentary, he’s also known as “Professor Equalizer” so to speak.
For Immediate Release: January 27, 2016 “THE EQUALIZER” EXPLORES THE SCIENCE OF SPORT AND FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER PITS RECORD-SETTING ATHLETES OF TODAY AGAINST LEGENDS OF THE PAST ON THE NATURE OF THINGS, PREMIERING MARCH 3 ON CBC-TV
KSTOCK, the stock footage library run by Toronto-based Kensington Communications, is now carrying lots of new clips from Canadian TV distribution company Proper Rights. Proper Rights is the distributor of such shows as, Holmes Makes It Right; Blood, Sweat and Tools; and Don’t Drive Here.
Production began last month on RISK FACTOR, a one-hour POV doc for TVO and Canal D that explores how we assess risk in our daily lives and whether we can do it better. Producer-director Robert Lang finds out through encounters with risk experts from many fields, among them a back country extreme adventurer, a statistician, a
Right. Now. At Kensington, we know that the years go by quicker than you think (umm, we’re turning 35 next month). One thing that hasn’t changed, is the TV lover’s search for quality shows. While some people think the DVD is on the way out, we beg to differ.