Storytelling with a purpose


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The Kublacom Team

Ed's career in film and video production spans more than two decades. He brings considerable creativity and dedication to his work as an executive producer, producer, writer and director of documentaries and has established a reputation as an innovative and hard working professional. He is recipient of the Rob Thompson Award for Mentorship from the Ottawa Independent Video Awards and the Award for Excellent in Local Media from the Federation of Citizens' Association.

   As well Ed is a member of the Documentary Organization of Canada,  co-founder of Ottawa Canadian Film Festival and an avid photographer with his photos published in numerous publications.

   His film credits including Blue Roses, You Are Not Alone, How Can a Boy, Partners for Peace, This is My Witness and One of the Last.

Ed Kucerak


Jane joined the documentary filmmaking community following a 15-year career with international development organizations, specializing in gender equality issues and violence against women. She is inspired by the power of documentary film to inform viewers about injustice and human rights issues around the world, and to motivate action for positive social change.

   As part of the Kublacom team, she plays a key role in the conception and management of documentary film projects and the visioning of client-driven video projects and their complementary print dimensions. Her documentary credits include Partners for Peace, How Can a Boy, This is My Witness and One of the Last. She is currently in the post production stages of finalizing her feature documentary Bridge to Uluru.

Jane Gurr


Danielle is an Ottawa-based documentary film director/producer/writer. As a mixed-race woman from the diverse streets of Toronto, Danielle is compelled by the potential for documentary film to increase viewers’ awareness about various social justice issues. Her training as a health services researcher is reflected in her films, and focus on topics related to equity and access to health and social services for underserved communities.

   Her film credits include Blue Roses and Falling Through the Cracks about the need for palliative care for people living in rooming houses, You Are Not Alone (supporting Inuit in making health care decisions), and Who Needs Church? (exploring the relevance and future of churches in society).

   She is currently working on films about community-driven health research for people experiencing poverty, and providing culturally-safe cancer care for First Nations and Inuit communities.

Danielle Rolfe