We have been making documentary films for more than 10 years and within that time we have covered a diverse range of topics. One of the hidden benefits of being a filmmaker is that we get to learn a tiny bit about a lot of subjects just by being around it with our camera. We have had the privilege of filming topics like wood carving, lost love letters, rowing, tanks, world wars, strokes, equine therapy, Christmas, brain injuries, early Jewish settlers in Oshawa, painting and even our own family.
Some of our current documentary projects include a 30-60 minute doc for Santa’s Village in Bracebridge as well as a much darker film about mental health and abuse.
Here is our short documentary playlist in chronological order from newest to oldest. There are 18 films in total.
Title: In the Likeness of Luke | Year: 2022 | Topic: Alexandra Luke & painting
Title: Traditions and Celebrations – Oshawa’s Early Jewish Community | Year: 2021
Title: An Oshawa Yuletide | Year: 2020 | Topic: Victorian Christmas Traditions in Oshawa
Title: Power of Sport | Year: 2020 | Topic: Strokes, Sports, Recovery (Password ‘westpark’)
Title: Create Your Life | Year: 2020 | Topic: Pregnancy, Cross Canada Trip with a baby, family
Placed top 10 in TVO short doc contest
Title: Art Gallery of Northumberland – Ronnie Kaplanski | Year: 2019 | Topic: Visual Art, donation, museum