Three Documentaries


I am writing to let you know that I have completed two documentaries and one series on inclusive hiring for people with intellectual disabilities in Alberta and British Columbia and these will be airing in August. Please tell all your friends and colleagues about the three documentaries.

The two 45 minute documentaries I made for CBC are called Employment Matters and Employment Matters Too. Here is the website for Employment Matters and Employment Matters Too: http://employmentmatterstoo.com/

“Employment Matters” will premiere on CBC Television, in Alberta and British Columbia, on Saturday August 22 at 7 pm.

Here is the promo for “Employment Matters”: https://vimeo.com/132354432

The second film “Employment Matters Too” will premiere on CBC Television, in Alberta and British Columbia, on Saturday August 29, 7 pm. Here is the promo for “Employment Matters Too”: https://vimeo.com/134334215

The films can also be seen online at http://cbc.ca/bc, http://cbc.ca/edmonton and http://cbc.ca/calgary.

Both films will also air on CBC’s Documentary Channel later in the year.

I have also made a six part series of ten minutes episodes that are called “The Working Originals”. This series will air on TELUS Optik Local’s “On demand” section for TELUS subscribers but will also be available on the Internet. The series will come out some time in August.

Here is a link to the website for “The Working Originals”.: http://theworkingoriginals.com

Here is the promo for “The Working Originals”.: https://vimeo.com/132055871

I have also applied for an extension of the “The Working Originals” series because I interviewed so many wonderful people and would like to tell their stories too. I will find out in September if I receive the second series of “The Working Originals”

Please feel free to contact Brandy Yanchyk who is the Director, Producer and Writer of all these films at:

Brandy Y Productions Inc.
PHONE: (780) 454 3889
email: brandy@brandyYproductions.com
website: http://www.brandyYproductions.com

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