Founded in 2000, East Hill Productions Inc. is a Canadian owned production company specializing in the development and production of feature films, documentaries, television, music videos, epublishing, and music concert video recording and multi-media mutli-platform experiences. East Hill has partnered and produced projects spanning from Canada, USA, South America, Israel, Europe, and Asia.

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David Bajurny. Founder, Producer.
David Bajurny is documentary, music video, feature film, TV and live concert producer at Orange Hill Media and East Hill Productions Inc. In 2009 David helped form Orange Hill Media and the digital record label inDiscover Recordings. Recent productions include the PBS special Justin Hines: Days to Recall (directed by Bruce MacDonald), the documentary “Sybil and Betts”" (in post production), and the ebook “The Extraordinary Power of Project Relationships” by Harry Mingail.

David has produced multiple music videos such as HOLLOW WORLD by Johnny Hollow, JUST A BIRD by Robyn Dell’Unto, SAY WHAT YOU WILL by Justin Hines, SKYWAY BRIDGE by Melissa McClelland, APRIL ON THE GROUND by Justin Hines, WISH YOU WELL by Justin Hines, WHAT YOU NEED by Tyler Kyte, and COURAGE by Justin Hines. Additionally David has produced over 50 live recorded and broadcast music concerts with the Orange Lounge and Sympatico.ca.

Jason Gileno. Artistic Director
Jason is a seasoned director of documentary, music videos, feature films, TV and live concerts at Orange Hill Media and East Hill Productions Inc. In 2009 Jason helped form Orange Hill Media and the digital record label inDiscover Recordings. Most recently Jason was creative producer and editor for the PBS special Justin Hines: Days to Recall (directed by Bruce MacDonald).

Director credits include THE CHIEFS (Special Jury Prize – Outstanding Documentary), HELL’S GRANNIES (2007 HOTDOCS) LA ROUTE VERS LA COUPE (distributed by Imavision Home Entertainment). TV credits include the musical cabaret film RISE UP, and comedy THE STRAP. His producer credits include the travel documentaries, PEDAL TO STEEL and LIKE EACH DAY WAS YOUR LAST as well as several music videos. Jason is an accomplished editor, a published playwright and founder and original editor of PAGITICA magazine, an internationally distributed arts & literature magazine.

Craig Lauzon. Creative Producer
Craig has performed at IT’S ALWAYS SOMETHING, THE GILDA’S CLUB GALA, RAISING THE ROOF, HUBCAP COMEDY FESTIVAL, WE’RE FUNNY THAT WAY and the CBC’s WINNIPEG COMEDY FESTIVAL. He is a castmember of CBC’s ROYAL CANADIAN AIR FARCE where he has received two Gemini nominations. He is also a member of TONTO’S NEPHEWS, a comedy troupe that has performed in communities all over the country. An accomplished writer, Craig has been nominated for several Canadian Comedy Awards. In 2006 he co-wrote all three of the Gemini Industry Galas.

Chris Anderson. Producer
Chris joined East Hill in early 2004. Having honed his skills in four different countries and worked for well established companies such as Corus Entertainment, Distinct Features and Nine Network Australia; Chris brings an array of skills to EHP. His roots are in sound, but after nine years in the industry he’s progressed to writing and producing. Most recently Chris helped produce a documentary for the Canadian International Development Agency while stationed in Nicaragua.

Michael Kazarian. Creative Producer
Michael has studied acting with many of Toronto’s top acting coaches, including: David Rotenberg, Bruce Clayton, Rosemary Dunsmore, Maruska Stankova, & Ron Singer (at York University). In 2010, Michael had the opportunity to work on stage with Nick Mancuso in The Death of Socrates and with Hrant Alianak in A Crooked Man – a play about the Armenian Genocide – in addition to having also been cast in a multitude of national and international commercials, print ads, film and TV roles. Mike’s passion is to work on projects that allow him to explore the many facets of our human condition through the examination of complex characters. He wants to tell stories that touch the soul, and greatly respects both experienced and first time directors whose goal it is to do the same, either through drama or comedy.


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