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Caribbean Triumph

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Toronto Caribbean Carnival: Fun and Free documentary will participate at CaribbeanTales International Film Festival, September 7-23, 2022. This documentary celebrates Toronto Caribbean Carnival which is the largest street festival in North America. A both revealing and inspiring journey from the history of Caribbean colonization to the biggest celebration of freedom tied with creativity, innovation and…

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Tin Soldiers On Parade

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ECG Productions presents a new episode of the Crazy Canuck Collections project dedicated to Tin Soldiers. The main character – Oleg Sokruto is rightfully considered one of the most famous collectors of tin soldiers not only in Canada, but also in the world. Oleg was born in the city of Leningrad now Sankt-Petersburg. “The city…

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When The Monuments Speak

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ECG Productions has finished work on the documentary film “When the Monuments Speak”. The documentary is dedicated to the history of the Polish community in Canada. According to the Canadian Encyclopedia: “The first Polish immigrant on record, was Dominik Barcz, came to Canada in 1752. He was a fur merchant from Gdańsk who settled in Montreal.…

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Canadian Premiere

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We are excited to announce the first public screening of the documentary film Expelled From the Top: a story of Tibetan refugees! The event will take place at the Tibetan Canadian Cultural center on Saturday, July 23, 2022 at 7:00PM. After 70 years, Tibetan refugees still struggle to find justice and resolution. ECG productions followed…

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Magic Sounds of Korean Drums

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A famous choreographer and drum player Mi Young Kim is one of the leading figures in the Korean-Canadian cultural world. She founded the Mi Young Kim Folk Dance Institute in Toronto in 1979. In 1987 the company was renamed to the Korean Dance Studies Society of Canada. In 2019, Mi Young Kim and her ensemble…

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Flipping Through The Pages of Canadian History

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Our film crew continues to work on the documentary “Taiko – the Music of the Strong” that tells about the famous taiko drummer from Toronto Kiyoshi Nagata, and also raises the difficult topic of Internment camps, where 22,000 Japanese Canadians were forcibly exiled during the Second World War. At the end of June, the ECG…

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Assiatou: The Rebellious Run

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If you are already familiar with our award-winning series Dream Big you may know that each episode is dedicated to a strong and successful immigrant woman.  More often than not women’s paths to successful careers are often riddled with obstacles and prejudices associated with their national or cultural traditions.  The episode that we would like to present…

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Hot and Tasty: Mexico in Canada

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Our documentary project “Taste the Diversity” invites you on a historical and culinary journey across countries and continents. Today we will taste Mexican cuisine! The history of Mexican cuisine originates in the traditions of the Indians who lived on the mainland before the Spanish colonization. The basis of modern recipes included products that were grown…

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Ballerina Anna Pavlova in Canada

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ECG Productions is working on a project dedicated to the tour of famous ballerina Anna PAVLOVA in Canada. Anna Pavlova was a Russian prima ballerina during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. After attending the Imperial Ballet School, she made her company debut in 1899 and quickly became one of the most famous and…

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Japanese Taiko and Flute in Toronto

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This last weekend was especially eventful for our team, we were attending and filming a special event – Nagata Shachu Japanese Taiko performing on the stage of the Japanese-Canadian Cultural Centre. This special program is called “KAZE”, which means wind in Japanese and features master bamboo flutist from Japan, Toki Tatara (pictured). Nagata Shachu collaborated…

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