Telling our story.
QE Productions is a collective of Canadian filmmakers
We are innovators, philanthropists, and above all, storytellers.
QE Productions is a Canadian-based film production company that specializes in documentaries, series, feature films, short films, and commercials. With crew members spanning across all stages of production, from directors to sound designers, QE Productions offers an all-in-one package from concept to distribution. From bustling cities to faraway villages, we share our work from across the entire globe with the entire globe. If you’re like us, come say hello.
EXECUTIVE PRODUCED BY RANDOLPH PAUL KELMAN | DIRECTED BY PANAYIOTI YANNITSOS & IZAIAH KANE
Bestselling author and global motorcycle adventurer, Allan Karl, is tapped by QE Productions to host new travel series
The travel series will include multiple one-hour episodes where Karl sets out to discover the world—one country at a time—alone on his motorcycle. Traveling for 30 days in each country, Karl will explore roads less trodden and pursue chance connections, meals or drinks with locals: grandma in her kitchen, the fourth generation farmer, local celebrities and heads of state.
Production of pilot episode to begin in China in May 2015. Read our OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE.
Road to Ningbo | 宁波之路
A Short Film Presented by QE Productions
Produced by Randolph Paul Kelman | Directed by Panayioti Yannitsos & Jacky Weng
Latest Blog Posts
The End of Pre-Production and Into the Heart of the Unknown
panayioti on June 2, 2015
The final week of pre-production, in any performance based industry, carries with it an uncanny alikeness to the opening scene of Martin Scorcese‘s “Raging Bull”. The troubled boxing champion, Jake La Motta (played by Robert De Niro), is found backstage rehearsing the lines for his nightclub act as if sparring with himself in an endless bout. Regardless of genre, whether it be an one-act play, shoot-em-up epic, or travel documentary series, this feeling of wary exhilaration before the big “show” never ceases to emerge. Read More
panayioti on May 22, 2015
There is a famous idiom that we, as filmmakers, treasure. With every “Hold for sound!” and uninvited rain drop, we have grown accustom to the act of screeching to a halt, holding our breath, in a state of purgatory. As the Roman Catholics can attest to, we are neither damned nor saved, but instead waiting for salvation. For action. The “hurry up and wait” business, they call it.