BRANDY Y PRODUCTIONS Inc. is an independent documentary film, television and digital media company based in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Founded by Canadian freelance videographer Brandy Yanchyk, Brandy Y Productions Inc. has created news features and documentaries for international television, radio and online for clients such as the BBC, CBC, OMNI Television and Deutsche Welle Radio, amongst others.
Brandy Yanchyk has told a diverse mixture of stories, ranging from human interest, to travel features, to investigative reportage, across a variety of media and on an international scale.
Brandy Yanchyk is also a regular reporter on CBC Edmonton’s TV and Radio News. Ms. Yanchyk has worked for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation for over a decade in London, England, Toronto and Edmonton.
Brandy Y Productions is currently in development on a new documentary called “Finding Edge Road”. The film is about the challenges that asylum seekers are facing in Finland and how their presence is dividing a small town.
In 2012, Brandy Y Productions Inc. made “Nature’s Invitation”, a documentary about Canada’s quest to get new immigrants in touch with nature. It also explores the consequences of a life devoid of nature. “Nature’s Invitation” is airing on OMNI TV and CBC’s Documentary Channel in 2013.
In 2011, Ms. Yanchyk produced, directed and wrote “Brooks – The City of 100 Hellos”, a documentary about how immigration is changing and challenging a cowboy town. Brooks – The City of 100 Hellos is airing on OMNI TV, CBC’s Documentary Channel, CTS and across the United States on PBS .
In 2009, Brandy Yanchyk produced, directed and shot “Desert to Ice” for
BBC World TV’s documentary program Our World. Desert to Ice is a
documentary that follows nine Palestinian refugees from Iraq who were
resettled in Iceland.