As documentary storytellers, we’re passionate about connecting with people and bringing their powerful stories to the screen. We’ve been grateful for the chance to share these journeys of struggle and triumph at film festivals, both at home and abroad.
This inspiring documentary sheds light on the ways El-Farouk Khaki has dedicated himself to creating a world of wellness and oneness as a friend, father, brother, immigration attorney and ultimately, a humanist.
I have worked on many films before and working with Jinung and his team was a great experience. They were professional, friendly and communicative. My husband and I loved the end product and we would happily work with Jinung again.
El-Farouk Khaki, Documentary Subject
This film follows the story of Tam Goossen, a Chinese-Canadian community activist and organizer who advocated for the Heritage Language Program as a TDSB school board trustee in the 1990’s.
Being the subject of a documentary, I wasn't sure I was prepared to talk about myself in front of a camera in such a public manner. Jinung was encouraging, patient, accommodating and resourceful. I couldn't ask for a better producer!
Tam Goossen, Documentary Subject
Me and My Harmonica
As a Japanese-Canadian growing up in the 1940’s, Sid Ikeda experienced first-hand trauma of discrimination. Now in his eighties, Sid embarks on a journey to bring peace and harmony to people of all nations and generations.
With the making of this story, Jinung and his team gave me the confidence to keep my dream alive. Very grateful for their care and support.
Sid Kiyoshi Ikeda, Documentary Subject
Meet Jiro Katahira, a third generation green tea farmer in Shizuoka, Japan, and hear from him the meaning of green tea and what it has meant for him and his family.
JBYJ excels in visualizing true joy of fulfilling life stories; an indispensable aspect of story-telling especially during these times of drastic changes to life within our global community.
Naohiro Fukawa, Tourism Shizuoka Japan