Storytelling with a purpose

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The Kublacom Team

Ed is the founder of Kublacom Pictures and his 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, and director of documentaries, television programs and corporate videos and has established a reputation as an innovative and hard working professional.

In addition to his passion for documentary storytelling, Ed is an avid photographer and his photos have been published in numerous publications. He is an active member of the Documentary Organization of Canada and the Saw Video Media Arts Centre and co-founder of Ottawa Indie Fest.

Ed Kucerak

Producer/Director/Writer

Jane joined the documentary filmmaking community in 2002 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.

Jane Gurr

Producer/Director/Writer

Danielle is learning the art of documentary filmmaking through a start-up grant from SAW Video Arts Centre, a research fellowship in communicating health research to multiple stakeholders, and mentorship from Ed Kucerak. As a member of the Kublacom team, Danielle works with health researchers to communicate the goals, findings and process of research with the broader community. More information about Danielle can be found on her website at www.daniellerolfe.ca.

Danielle Rolfe

Producer/Director/Writer

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Rado is a filmmaker and researcher who believes that documentaries can be powerful social advocacy tools. For more than 10 years, he has engaged in human rights activism to help the poor and other vulnerable groups to make their voices heard.


Rado is a Phd student at the Institute of Feminist and Gender Studies at the University of Ottawa and has a Masters degree in Media Studies. His main artistic and research interests are issues related to social justice with a special focus on gender issues. He is building skills in video production and cinematography via courses and workshops at the SAW Media Arts Centre and Algonquin College.


He currently he is working on a feature length documentary about women living in poverty in Canada.

Radamis (Rado) Zaky

Producer/Researcher