Liberty Media Productions

Media Is Our World

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Update: July 25, 2020

Liberty Media Productions is strictly observing the City of Toronto Guidelines in order to keep everyone safe at its new film/tv studio at 2857 Lawrence Avenue East in Toronto (at the corner of Brimley Rd) “Where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is Liberty.” 2 Corinthians 3:17.

The faith-based nonprofit opens a door for independent producers in the Greater Toronto Area with a clear mandate to nurture Black entertainment professionals because the lack of diversity on air in front of the screen and at decision making tables of power in Canada’s media industry is appalling. Access a comprehensive slate of film and television production and post, industry tools and software to create and develop original content in house: World Evangelism Network members receive discounted rates for media production and audio engineering services.

TV Set

TV Studio Control Room

The Award-winning Liberty Media Productions is a nonprofit boutique media company with a couple honors like a Positive Impact Foundation Award and an Outstanding Volunteerism Film Award for the short motion picture Dyonne Lewis created which features former MPP, Joe Dickson, and others discussing the Women’s Multicultural Resource & Counseling Centre’s two decades of service in the community.

Intersectional Intercultural Interfaith Initiatives

  1. TV/Film/Video Production
  2. Artist Management Agency
  3. Film Location Shooting

The media ministry is an equity-led nonprofit founded by a Black Canadian sister named Dyonne Lewis.  She is an advocate of multiple intersectional issues. While leveraging her arts community experience, education in broadcast journalism and status, as a survivor, she sheds light on Suicide Prevention, Mental Health Awareness, Disability Discrimination Prevention & Childhood Sexual Abuse Survival.

Advancing A Culture of Faith: “That’s Liberty!”

  • Self-Actualization Pledge
  • 1-to-1 Media Interviews
  • Film Festival
  • Media Workshops
  • Artist Representation
  • Liberty Studio: Location Shooting 
  • School Assemblies
  • Public Service Announcements
  • Anxiety & Depression Stories & Solutions
  • Youth Crime & Violence Prevention Workshop

From Suicide Prevention television PSAs to Made In Toronto Takeover Flow 93.5 Radio airplay of a 14-year-old singer-songwriter, with performances in the UK and televised location interviews in the US. “That’s Liberty!”

Dyonne’s Socratic interviews and Dialectic conversations about elusive topics like freedom and happiness are emotional food for the soul.

She is an alum of Chester Elementary, which is celebrating its 125th year of education in the East York area.  Dyonne began Junior Kindergarten “at the school located near Pape and Cosburn Avenues, not far from the bustling Danforth.”
 

As an 18-year-old at ASE (Alternative Scarborough Edudcation) student, Dyonne wrote to the owner of CityTV to ask for an opportunity to be immersed in a typical day in the newsroom. Over 25 years later, Mr. Moses Znaimer, “greenlit” her eponymous TV talk show. And the Canadian media icon commissioned, Dominic Sciullo, the pioneering videographer who created the “selfie” in 1986 while a TV news journalist at CityTV, to be the creator, director, and producer of Dyonne’s Canadawide daily daytime talk show.  Dyonne’s big break made her dream come true. She has positioned herself now, to pay it forward and help others get their big break, too.

Maya Angelou said, “There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside of you.”

The Dyonne Lewis TV Talk Show is an autobiographical streaming telecast created by VisionTV / Zoomer Media Limited, in association with Liberty Media Productions. Storytelling is the greatest bonding experience eliminating that which divides across genes, geography, and generations.

TV Film Festival Workshop Suicide Prevention: Open Casting Call

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Sometimes it’s difficult to follow your dream, but it’s a tragedy not to.
 

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