KEJIC PRODUCTIONS

    Kejic Productions is a Winnipeg-based company owned and operated by Cree/Ojibway Producer and Director, Erica Daniels. Erica has been an entrepreneur for several years and founded the company in 2017. Kejic Productions creates, develops and produces films, community and corporate videos; as well, provides graphic design, photography and marketing services.
    Kejic Productions operates from the spirit of respect and kindness; our mandate is to do things from the heart when working with clients and communities. Kejic is an Anishinaabe word, which means The Sky. The name was given by Elder Dave Courchene Jr., which symbolizes there are no limits to what we can dream and achieve. We are in a time where we as Indigenous people, the original peoples of our homeland, need to be telling our own stories and representing the Indigenous voices and perspectives.

    To date, Kejic has produced short films, Mikinakay: The Trail of the Turtle for MTS (2017 nominee in the Arts/Culture category for Golden Sheaf Award); Run As One – The Journey of the Front Runners for CBC (2018 Winner of the History & Biography and Founder Golden Sheaf Awards). Kejic has produced and directed music videos for Indigenous artists such as Desiree Dorion, Jade Turner, Leonard Sumner and Jason Burnstick. We provide graphic design services for clients such as the Sagkeeng Heritage Centre, Aboriginal Designers Co-op, Turtle Lodge Health and Wellness Centre, the Broadway Neighbourhood Centre and much more. Current projects include online videos and promotional material for the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs, Giigewigamig Traditional Healing Centre, Green Action Centre, Canadian Mental Health Association, Children’s Advocate Office, Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata Centre and Southern Chiefs Organization.

    Kejic Productions has a reputation of connecting to the community it serves by building relationships and respected partnerships. We continue to build our cliental and provide high quality professional services as well as providing unique opportunities for Indigenous youth.